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James Tyrrell

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James had hardly touched a camera when he came to Londolozi, but his writing skills were well developed, and he was quickly snapped up by the Londolozi blog team as a result. An environment rich in photographers helped him develop the photographic skills ...

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on The Female Cheetah and Cubs

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Kate Neill
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So awsome that they have hung around for longer than we thought they would! Love the pictures as usual JT!

Beatriz
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Amazing pictures and such wonderful news!!

Rich Laburn
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This cheetah and her cubs are amazing to view. Fantastic photos James!

Mary Beth Wheeler
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Awesome photos and even more awesome that they seem to have found a new home at Londolozi! So looking forward to seeing them later this week!

Cynthia Thurlow
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We had the opportunity to see the female, her two cubs and the male last month…culminating in the cubs running away and the female cheetah making it abundantly clear to the male that they were all off limits! Bennett and Alfie were stunned to see this all transpire last month. I recall Bennett remarking that he hadn’t seen four cheetah in one location in 15 years! Just incredible!

Louise Taback
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So Awesome!!!! Thanks James… amazing photos!!!

John Holley
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Well done James!

Trevor & Colleen
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Hi James this is really fantastic. Are they down near the Castleton intersection? We have only ever seen Cheetah down there…. apart from one chap who popped in for an Impala meal not far from Airstrip. Great photos!

Evette Hartig
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During our visit in May 2012 we had no sightings of cheetahs….we are excited at the prospect of viewing these magnificent cats when we visit the end of August (can’t wait). Thank you for the update, please keep them coming.

Ian MacLarty
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What lovely news and what great pics. I hope that Jess brings her pictures to Malawi next week.

Ian

Wendy Hawkins
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Once again you have excelled yourself with the story & the pictures! Thanks a ton for sharing

Stephanie Peduto
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I love the pictures. I was at Londolozi last week and was able to see these beautiful cheetah. So precious!

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