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Rich Laburn

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Rich is the driving force behind Londolozi’s online storytelling and the Londolozi blog. His passions of digital media, film and photography, combined with his field-guiding background, have seen him take the Londolozi blog to new heights since he began it in 2009. Rich ...

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on Contentment and the Camp Pan Male

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Gavin Smith
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My favourite male leopard by a mile, never forget watching him fight kinky tail male of Mbabala donga hence the scars under his eyes , and hunting the large buffalo herd for 2 days.

richard
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Gav, it would be great if you could fill us in on what happened that day. Especially with regard to his scars and forked tongue.

Jacques-Pierre Joubert
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Another amazing post Rich! Superbly well written! Photography and editing are both of a very high quality! “contentment…not in the artificial poverty of luxury…” – quality!

Hopefully I’ll still get the chance to see this brute!

Very well done!

Greg
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Great Footage, he has grown into a beast. Looks like his territory streches into the manyaleti?

richard
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The footage was taken earlier this week starting from Finfoot crossing in the Sand River and then moving north into the Manyeleti. He eventually settled on the rocks close to Doc’s River Road.

He is an incredibly strong male, the size of his neck indicates this alone.

South African
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Shoo gets close to the vehicles, and I love that yawn.

Karen Gilliam
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What an awesome specimen Camp Pan Male is.
Great footage and well written and described Rich!
He is definitely a Big Brute!

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