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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 Leopard Kills Buffalo

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Radheesh Sellamuttu
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This is amazing guys !

Ryan James
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Very interesting – thanks JT, and a beautiful young leopard that I look forward to reading more about. It’s always fascinating to read about the “personalised” hunting tactics that specific animals employ. A great read!

Sauwah
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Awesome. Damn hyenas again .no wonder they are so fat ? Never seen or heard of a starving one

TED SWINDON
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THANKS JAMES FOR THE GREAT BLOG AND FOR THE FOOTAGE!
KIND REGARDS,
TED.

Fred A. Rainey
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Very nice James, thanks for sharing.

Yves Christen
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Very interesting James. I saw his mother (Mashabene) trying to kill calf in the middle of the herd with several hundred buffalos, several times and with his older brother (the one born in 2006) waiting up in a tree and looking at her. May be she did the same with Makhotini when he was young so he could learnt…

MJ
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It is always interesting to see how each leopard learns to use the surrounding areas to their advantage..
I hope he stays safe.. he is another beautiful leopard.
Thank you for sharing!

Marinda Drake
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I remember finding the Makhotini male with a buffalo calf hoisted in a tree. It was such an unusual sighting.

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