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(11-08-2016, 08:50 PM)fursan syed Wrote: i am searching for many unanswered questions . like why Dreadlocks poaching is never been publicly announced. why they stay silent for 5 years. why Mr T body is burried on a undisclosed location? they said they do a autopsy of a Mr T's Body and they dont take a single photo of it. this is strange. i doubt if it was really burried.  my point is any impressive specimen of any species in Sabi sand is not Safe . Sabi sand officials will have to take serious steps on it. it seems Dollars are the reason behind it. also its something to do with the local towns of limpopo near sabi sands

I don't believe there was an autopsy carried out of MrT.
MrT was buried the same morning.
and I agree there is too much secrecy which raises many doubts about the credibility of the info
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@LionKiss No his autopsy is actually done . You can ask greg posthumes about it he knows where Mr t is burried but he is silent on this he was the ranger in sabi sand. I send him multiple messages. But he stays silent dont want to disclose the burrial place of T . But autopsy is really done you can confirm it from sabi sand officials.
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what? why post things that can't be confirmed or true?

Scrapper Birmingham is died because of it.
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(11-09-2016, 02:15 AM)leocrest Wrote: what? why post things that can't be confirmed or true?

Scrapper Birmingham is died because of it.

Yes you can see same skin problem skin lose black skin that caused by mange. I will search about some article..
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@leocrest Scrapper body showed the exact symptoms of mange skin disease. I think nobody disagree with me on that bro.
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from post 359 in birmingham thread:

There was a 5th member of the Birmingham Coalition as well. His name was Scrapper/Tokoloshe and he was thought to have been killed by a stab wound to his chest/lungs caused by the horns of a buffalo in April, 2016. 

R.I.P. Scrapper/Tokoloshe.
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(11-09-2016, 02:30 AM)fursan syed Wrote:
(11-09-2016, 02:15 AM)leocrest Wrote: what? why post things that can't be confirmed or true?

Scrapper Birmingham is died because of it.

Yes you can see same skin problem skin lose black skin that caused by mange. I will search about some article..

Ceasar of the Notch Pride suffered from mange but he was lucky enough to make a full recovery, hopefully these lions can make a miraculous recovery as well.

When He started to get mange

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IMPROVEMENT ON CAESAR MANGE DISEASE.
He looks better than previous stage. Many thanks to David Shrek foundation. Looking forward his complete cure from this disease.
PC RICK


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(11-09-2016, 03:36 AM)Pckts Wrote:
(11-09-2016, 02:30 AM)fursan syed Wrote:
(11-09-2016, 02:15 AM)leocrest Wrote: what? why post things that can't be confirmed or true?

Scrapper Birmingham is died because of it.

Yes you can see same skin problem skin lose black skin that caused by mange. I will search about some article..

Ceasar of the Notch Pride suffered from mange but he was lucky enough to make a full recovery, hopefully these lions can make a miraculous recovery as well.

When He started to get mange

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IMPROVEMENT ON CAESAR MANGE DISEASE.
He looks better than previous stage. Many thanks to David Shrek foundation. Looking forward his complete cure from this disease.
PC RICK


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We just hope lions of sabi sands can survive from this disease. Because sabi sands land owners doingi doing nothing about it. Already 1 male lion and 6 cubs died because of this. Some lionesses are also showing severe symptoms of mange in sabi sands. I will post pics of it some other thread
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@fursan syed Please post these topics in "Lions of Sabi Sands" thread as this information is not related to mapogos.
I am thoroughly enjoying reading your posts regarding Mapogos.. Keep up the good work and hope you continue to post the interesting stories about them.
In fact you got the life back to this thread..
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@vinodkumarn  ok brother
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Mapogo Takedown - Hippo 2.0

Young casualties at Leopard Hills (© Heinrich Röntgen/ seasonsinafrica.com October 12, 2011) 

Mapogos wasted no time after their young buffalo kill to look for their next meal, this time very close to Leopard Hills. 26 November 2010, the 4 Mapogo Male Lions killed a hippo not too far from Leopard Hills – this time, the hippo was killed by the watering hole in front of Leopard Hills. This was unfortunately the young hippo that has been seen for quite some time, he was adopted by another Male hippo and they spent a lot of time together. The last couple of days the youngster was seen on the side of the watering hole with a couple of cuts and puncture wounds, possibly from the Male Hippo in the water. His last afternoon was spent with this Male Hippo in the watering hole – alongside each other – he was taken down by the 3 Males not too far away while grazing in the early hours of the morning. This Adult Male Hippo was seen doing his patrol around Leopard Hills this morning, on his way back to the water where he spent many days with this youngster. It’s very sad and unfortunate, as this youngster was very relaxed and offered some fantastic viewing. This did however mean that the Mapogos spent a couple of days around Leopard Hills, roaring late into the night!! The next morning we were fortunate enough to see the Xhimungwe Female with the two older Cubs on the remains of the kill, with the Mapogos roaring not too far away. Photo of the Xhimungwe Cubs and the Giraffe their Mothers killed, was during the same time the Mapogos had the hippo kill. The young giraffe was taken down North of the Sand River, where the Xhimungwe Lionesses have been spending a lot of time. Another couple of inceredible days with the Mapogo and Xhimungwe Lions!


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Makhulu and Pretty boy with a Hippo Kill
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