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The Mantimahle Males

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His Styx son is 3yo now and isn't as developed as he is in this photo above, starting a mohawk and everything.
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( This post was last modified: 02-27-2024, 01:48 AM by Tr1x24 )

(02-26-2024, 11:04 PM)Mapokser Wrote: @Tr1x24 definitely not just over 8. They are 9 to 9,5.
 
No.

Ndhzengas age is well known already years ago, and very well supported by images.
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Nwaswitshaka males born 2015-2016 Erongji being the youngest uboso was the oldest and not from their pride… and so the Charleston males sons from this pride are older than nwaswitshaka males?
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( This post was last modified: 02-27-2024, 05:07 AM by Mapokser )

@Tr1x24 the images are proving otherwise.

I know their ages were aways "known" by the fans, but it was just a mistake.

You, as long as everybody else, may have been misled by photos of them as cubs shared in 2016 when in reality they weren't recent, they were shared in 2016 but were actually older, as you can see the larger Ndhzenga in 2017 as a 3+ years old male.

There's no evidence at all they are just over 8yo, quite the opposite, it's impossible for them to be so young.

There's still time for the fans to get it straight, it's not the first time something similar happened, just like when Matimbas were believed by many to have been born in 2005 until this narrative was destroyed and we found the evidence they were a year younger than that.

There's no reason to blind yourself regarding the Ndhzengas age when you know false narratives and misunderstanding like that happens.
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@Tr1x24 i dont want to bring the subject of 'who sired who' as we can never know for sure, but i wanted to know ur opinion on Smudge.
Personally i would say he resembles Orange Mane the most
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Orange Mane

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(03-25-2024, 06:54 AM)Ngonya Wrote: @Tr1x24 i dont want to bring the subject of 'who sired who' as we can never know for sure, but i wanted to know ur opinion on Smudge.
Personally i would say he resembles Orange Mane the most
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I would go with Boss :


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Orange Mane has different nose, but he is 100% father of both PCMs.
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1/2 impressive Mantimahle males son of the 5 Mantimahle pride males, by Graeme Mitchley:


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(04-09-2024, 04:23 AM)Mapokser Wrote: 1/2 impressive Mantimahle males son of the 5 Mantimahle pride males, by Graeme Mitchley:


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Such a beautiful beast!
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Throwback to the 5 Mantimahle males.

In the post Neil says they were large males but the PCM, their sons, have surpassed them in size.

This is weird since not long ago ( maybe 2 or 3 months ago ) Neil said the PCM aren't as big as their fathers, not putting the PCM in his ranking of the biggest lions he has ever seen, but ranking the Mantimahle in the top 4.

I guess he changed his mind? It shows how such comparisons of lions separated by so many years is difficult and the person may change their mind on their impression on who's bigger.

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(05-13-2024, 01:02 AM)Mapokser Wrote: Throwback to the 5 Mantimahle males.

In the post Neil says they were large males but the PCM, their sons, have surpassed them in size.

This is weird since not long ago ( maybe 2 or 3 months ago ) Neil said the PCM aren't as big as their fathers, not putting the PCM in his ranking of the biggest lions he has ever seen, but ranking the Mantimahle in the top 4.

I guess he changed his mind? It shows how such comparisons of lions separated by so many years is difficult and the person may change their mind on their impression on who's bigger.

Who knows! Mantimahle males were fine specimens of male lions. The Plains Camp males have turned into massive beasts tho
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Maybe he's talking about bulk? Cause I just don't see it otherwise... Plus, these guys' manes are more impressive
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