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(07-12-2018, 06:20 PM)sundarbans Wrote: Is the order correct: Nsuku, Mfumo, Nhenha, and Tinyo?

Difficult to know when looking at them from the back, but I would say #4 and #1 are the ones on the left, they have the blonder manes, and then #2 and #3 on the far right.

So yeah, we agree on it, at least it's what it looks like judging by the manes.
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Londolozi reported on instagram that Mfumo has not been frequenting the property anymore, and that maybe he is in Manyeleti. My suspects were founded
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(07-18-2018, 03:08 PM)Gabriele GLG Wrote: Londolozi reported on instagram that Mfumo has not been frequenting the property anymore, and that maybe he is in Manyeleti.

Maybe he's spending time with the northern pride, the Torchwood pride, I think it was.
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In order of height - Nhenha, Mfumo, Tinyo and Nsuku

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Credits to MalaMala Game Reserve, photos by Nic Nel.

MALAMALA TODAY: July 14th-16th. 6 lion sightings: All our lion sightings comprised of members of the Kambula pride and Gowrie males. We got our first glimpse of the newest members of the Kambula pride today! Their mother briefly revealed a litter of 4, week old cubs along the banks of the Sand River south of Sable Camp. The other 5 Kambula lionesses were also in the Sand River opposite Maxim’s Lookout and it appears that a second lioness is preparing to give birth. 2 of the Gowrie males were position in-between the aforementioned sightings.

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Credits to MalaMala Game Reserve; video by @kurt_fivezero

MalaMala update: July 12th & 13th. A single Gowrie/Birmingham male and 3 lionesses from the Kambula pride also treated us to a successful hunt when they brought down a kudu south of the Ngoboswaan Donga. A feeding frenzy ensued as the male laid claim to the kill and then a second Gowrie male arrived on the scene. The Kambula lioness that had recently given birth was viewed in the vicinity of her den and again she acted very aggressively toward the Gowrie males when they tried to approach the area.

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Nsuku in repose. Credits: MalaMala Game Reserve, Photograph by Gerry Vanderwalt

And on the prowl. Credits: MalaMala Game Reserve, Photograph by Jill Ann Vogt


And with Nhenha. Credits: Londolozi, Photograph by Shem Compion
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Nhenha. Credits: Londolozi, image by Fin Lawlor



And with one of the Ntsevu/Kambula girls. Images by Max Crissler
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Nhenha has certainly been giving a lot of photo opportunities since basing himself in Londolozi with the Ntsevus.
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Tinyo and Mfumo in Torchwood August 2017
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Credits MalaMala, image by Cameron Inggs


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Nhenha.
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Sneeze and a yawn..
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Tinyo
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