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What has happened to this site???

United States NCAT33 Offline
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There used to be regular updates on lion activity at the different parks and surrounding areas, and the prides/coalitions and their stories. Now there's only discussions about the size of lions in certain areas, which is not that interesting quite frankly.
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Norway Pantherinae Offline
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( This post was last modified: 01-30-2019, 04:07 AM by Pantherinae )

You are welcome to start a discussion and even new threads for you’re self if you like. 

The members here are discuss what we find interesting with animals, everyone can discuss what ever they want and you can as well. 

It’s true that most here find predation, strength and size interesting, but we like induviduals and coalitions interesting too, If you want to share something you are welcome to do so. 
Personally I haven’t found a new coalition that I connect especially much with after the mapogos, majingilanes, notches or Renoka&Lekan. If I do I will probably dig into them.... :)
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( This post was last modified: 01-30-2019, 07:55 AM by Rishi )

(01-30-2019, 03:20 AM)NCAT33 Wrote: There used to be regular updates on lion activity at the different parks and surrounding areas, and the prides/coalitions and their stories. 

Agreed.
The most discussed topics usually keep changing with time... or some posters maybe less active recently.

You should try to nudge the attention that way or follow the parks' official sources & post the updates here yourself. That'll get other member to chip in too.
"Everything not saved will be lost."

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France Silver60 Offline
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Without the Majingilanes lion's world is not the same anymore Disappointed
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My theory is that some people have been put off by the events of the demise of the young Mhangeni males, particularly by the way it was handled by the rangers who witnessed it.
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(04-16-2019, 03:44 AM)Musa15 Wrote: My theory is that some people have been put off by the events of the demise of the young Mhangeni males, particularly by the way it was handled by the rangers who witnessed it.

My theory is that the moderator of this section quit the job (or stopped being active for some reason) and the admins didn't find yet a replacement.
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India sanjay Offline
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Well, things never remain same for everyone. With time everyone get new responsibility and challenge, this is also true for our Lion moderators and Lion enthusiast. Now they are busy. Less time to post and follow other website.

But I am sure in future younger generation will come and take the charge, I know many of the good poster still lurking around the forum and they can take lead in filling the lion section with new and update information of king of beast. So its just matter of time.

If someone want to talk, they can send us PM.
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(04-16-2019, 03:44 AM)Musa15 Wrote: My theory is that some people have been put off by the events of the demise of the young Mhangeni males, particularly by the way it was handled by the rangers who witnessed it.

What was particularly off-putting about their demise (apart from young lions dying which is never nice but is very common) and how did the rangers mishandle the situation? I thought the Mhangeni boys simply could not hunt enough prey to sustain themselves. Starvation is tragic but common.
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(04-17-2019, 01:47 AM)sundarbans Wrote:
(04-16-2019, 03:44 AM)Musa15 Wrote: My theory is that some people have been put off by the events of the demise of the young Mhangeni males, particularly by the way it was handled by the rangers who witnessed it.

What was particularly off-putting about their demise (apart from young lions dying which is never nice but is very common) and how did the rangers mishandle the situation? I thought the Mhangeni boys simply could not hunt enough prey to sustain themselves. Starvation is tragic but common.

Some died from mange, which is also a consequence of starvation.
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There is also a channel Lions of Sabi Sans and Kruger National Park in YouTube who post every day informations about Lions but yes it will be good to see information in this site like some years before.
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