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The Mighty Mapogos

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Othawa young males, the sons of the Mapogo - June 2010


Finishing a buffalo carcass

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by Paul Heckel
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Any instance of any of the Mapogo males killing an adult bull buffalo on their own?
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2005 Makhulu brings down a buffalo on his own, but he doesn't get to kill it alone because his brothers and the Eyrefield lionesses arrive and help him finishing it.

It was reported by MalaMala in their monthly reports already posted here.
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1/2 elder Mangheni females today, who's turning 15yo this month, making her possibly the oldest lioness in the Sabi Sands. She's one of the 2 remaining daughters of the Mapogo Coalition.

Credits to Savanna.


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Following her is her son sired by the PCM, the last Mapogo grandson still confirmed to be alive:


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March 16, 2012 - 12 years ago today
"Love him or hate him, the infamous short mane male in the Mapogo coalition earned the respect of his harshest critics this morning. True to his character he fought alone to protect his territory, an ageing lone male against four bristling newcomers. Unfortunately the outcome was inevitable and the death of Mr T all but ends the reign of the Mapogo.
He went honorably and for that we salute him. It was a privilege to have spent six years with these animals. RIP."
— Inyati Game Lodge, Sabi Sand Wildtuin
Distinctive and imposing silhouette of legend, Mr T

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Tinged by Leopard Hills, 2010
The most agressive lion known to men

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Tinged by Dave, 2010
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MR.T, Kinki Tail y Prety Boy matando matando a un hipopótamo en 2006 .




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