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The Tumbela Coalition

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( This post was last modified: 04-02-2021, 05:38 PM by Tonpa )

Some Tumbela footage from today, a sighting of "skorro Jr" by qcs1976 in Singita and footage of "limper" (?) by cal_butler in Leopard Hills

Seems they're all split apart at the moment.




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Tumbela male by Diffmarimane.
02-04-2021
The bald head makes me think limper?

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(04-02-2021, 05:52 PM)Tonpa Wrote: Tumbela male by Diffmarimane.
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The bald head makes me think limper?

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It looks like him.
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Skorro jr, all tumbelas are back together according to authors previous  post
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From Savanna safari tales 9
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=banGdrg-13c
Limper grooming 


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I've noticed a lot of the latest sightings only show these two Tumbelas. Has #3 ,the one with the eye scar, been seen recently? He was also the one in worst condition... hopefully he's around.

The blond one has made a great recovery... you can see his leg muscles are filling out.
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(04-14-2021, 01:57 AM)Gijima Wrote: I've noticed a lot of the latest sightings only show these two Tumbelas. Has #3 ,the one with the eye scar, been seen recently? He was also the one in worst condition... hopefully he's around.

The blond one has made a great recovery... you can see his leg muscles are filling out.

They said he is with other Othawa lioness.
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That's interesting how Scar is always at least #2 in terms of mating rights. Blondie/Limper is definitely very much on the bottom but I think he might also be slightly younger.
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(04-14-2021, 02:33 AM)Gijima Wrote: That's interesting how Scar is always at least #2 in terms of mating rights. Blondie/Limper is definitely very much on the bottom but I think he might also be slightly younger

Scar and Limper are not full healthy, so thats prob the reason why Skorro Jr. Is the most dominant one atm.
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Skorro Jr by Ranger Stu 


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( This post was last modified: 04-16-2021, 09:58 AM by Tonpa )

Photos and video by @dr_roch_


Skorro Jr with Othawa Lioness 

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Skorro Jr, two Othawa Lionesses and eye scar in the grass

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All 3 together

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Two Othawa girls, Skorro Jr and Eye scar. He is quite skinny huh? 

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Fighting over a Zebra carcass (second video)
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Judging on the suckle marks on one of the lionesses. They soon will be fathers.

I am curious how this will impact them.
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The one boy to the left of the lioness in the video of them fighting over the carcus, his hind legs, hip, have that sickly, boney look. Seems to be almost a common issue for these poor felines. Wonder what causes this?
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