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(10-13-2021, 08:07 PM)Timbavati Wrote: His condition has improved. Although he lost a bit of mane. Hopefully, his mane will fill up again. With good meals, it just matter of time to his mane grown well and healthy.

He gain mane,and not lost it, he was completely bald on top of his head, now its starting to grow.
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(10-13-2021, 08:07 PM)Timbavati Wrote: His condition has improved. Although he lost a bit of mane. Hopefully, his mane will fill up again. With good meals, it just matter of time to his mane grown well and healthy.
Yes, it's very nice to see his condition has improved, although we haven't seen a footage of him walking yet since we saw him limping. We only see him sitting down. Let's hope we will see a new footage of him stand up and walking soon, though.
He never had a full mane like Skorro jr has, but at least his health is improving and, like you've said, his mane will fill up again.
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It may already be fully grown for him.
The limp aside, its not like he was that bad off in the last few months.

I wonder though if the limp indirectly caused the demise of the Ximhungwe cub. The three lions went along pretty well before it started. 
Perhaps if he was there he could have protected her. Or maybe the cub followed him to the Othawas when he went back to recover.
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(10-13-2021, 09:40 PM)Duco Ndona Wrote: I wonder though if the limp indirectly caused the demise of the Ximhungwe cub. The three lions went along pretty well before it started. 
Perhaps if he was there he could have protected her. O mayby the cub followed him to the Othawas when he went back to recover.
I've thought the same thing, I'm really worried about the cub. I feel really sad about it. You know, Limper hasn't been seen with the adult female again since the tree incident over 3 weeks' ago. I feel really bad for her, being all alone.
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(10-13-2021, 09:40 PM)Duco Ndona Wrote: I wonder though if the limp indirectly caused the demise of the Ximhungwe cub. The three lions went along pretty well before it started. 
Perhaps if he was there he could have protected her. O mayby the cub followed him to the Othawas when he went back to recover

He limped even with Ximhungwes, its a permanent limp, sometimes better, sometimes worse.
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I am aware. I was referring more to the resurgence of the limp. Just before that he was climbing trees without much issue.
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(10-13-2021, 10:49 PM)Duco Ndona Wrote: I am aware. I was referring more to the resurgence of the limp. Just before that he was climbing trees without much issue

Maybe there he reinjured it, he was quite far up, jumping down from that hight definitely took its tool on that leg..
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