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The Mantimahle Males

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Nice to see a new recent photo for this dating couple at Rhino Post safari lodge area, one of the two Mantimahle young males. 
And, it’s confirmed the Mantimahle #5 and his two sons/nephews are all around the same area recently, all good. 
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Where do the young mantimahles come from?
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(08-28-2021, 03:15 AM)Tonpa Wrote: Where do the young mantimahles come from?

Mantimahle/s36 pride.
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Oh the mantimahles took over their Natal pride?
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(08-28-2021, 03:48 AM)Tonpa Wrote: Oh the mantimahles took over their Natal pride?

No,  Mantimahles come from Mazithi pride.
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(08-28-2021, 03:48 AM)Tonpa Wrote: Oh the mantimahles took over their Natal pride?

The Mantimahle males were born into the Mazithi pride. They spent mostly of their nomadic journey at Mantimahle dam, Thus, from there the Mantimahle name comes from.
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Young male with fighting injuries on his butt, wandering alone in Kruger. From his facial scar, it could be one of the two Sand River young males. Seems a tough nomadic life for these young males. 
I hope the other boy is also around.
Video: https://www.instagram.com/p/CTwhowhKze-/...8K69tRim68
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(09-15-2021, 12:31 AM)touniu68 Wrote: Young male with fighting injuries on his butt, wandering alone in Kruger. From his facial scar, it could be one of the two Sand River young males. Seems a tough nomadic life for these young males. 
I hope the other boy is also around.
Video: https://www.instagram.com/p/CTwhowhKze-/...8K69tRim68
FB: https://www.facebook.com/100004599428283...9127809729
Credit  :Live 4 Africa Travel

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He has that scar on his nose like smaller maned Sand River male, its not 100%, but it might be him. 

Where was this filmed?
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Not sure where exactly in Kruger : ( but indeed the very special scars of him highly resemble. Hope it's him, and very likely.
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( This post was last modified: 09-15-2021, 01:38 AM by touniu68 Edit Reason: pic lost )

Sorry, it takes ages and messes up every time when I’m replying the second time. Not allowed to quote/paste any pic.  Sad
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Orange mane, not sure if recent.
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How many prides do the mantimahle still control?
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(09-17-2021, 01:20 AM)Hairy tummy Wrote: How many prides do the mantimahle still control?
The 5th with two of the Mantimahle sons have teamed up and are now doing well in Rhino post lodge, for sure with pride(s), but I am not sure which one.
The rest are based on S21, with renosterkoppies pride(s). Not so much news abt this place as I heard of, no idea how many prides they are controlling right now.
Also appreciate it if anyone else here has more clues. : )
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(09-15-2021, 12:31 AM)touniu68 Wrote: Young male with fighting injuries on his butt, wandering alone in Kruger. From his facial scar, it could be one of the two Sand River young males. Seems a tough nomadic life for these young males. 
I hope the other boy is also around.
Video: https://www.instagram.com/p/CTwhowhKze-/...8K69tRim68
FB: https://www.facebook.com/100004599428283...9127809729
Credit  :Live 4 Africa Travel

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All things considered, he looks great. Mantimahle sons are doing better than most young nomadic males
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