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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 Lion Warfare – An Update Part 2

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Karen Gilliam
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Thanks for the updates Adam. It will be quite interesting what the next days and weeks will hold.

Debra Taylor
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Thank you so much for all the updates

Lea McDonald
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Do you ever feel like you are holding your breath until the next time the two groups face each other, and what you may experience with these powerful lions? Thank you for the update Adam.

richard
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Hi Lea, it is hugely exciting to watch this unfold and yes all the rangers here hold there breath when they drive out every morning to see what has happened during the night.

Jan
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5 strong and they dwarf Mohawk!! What a force they will be. I agree Karen…the next days and weeks should be very interesting indeed…

Cynthia Farr
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I am really enjoying the updates of the Lion Warfare thank you please keep it comi.ng

Ravi
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Its Good that the Legendary Mapogo Coalition is Back, These Lion updates are really great to read and eagerly awaited by many,It seems that the new young males are heading for some rough time as they are battling the Dreaded Mapogo Coalition and perhaps they are not aware of the Mapogos Power ,In 2008 the Mapogos Completely destroyed the Four Skukuza Males and this time also if they catch the intruding young males they are going to Destroy these Four Young males as well. I feel someone should make a Wildlife documentary on the Amazing life of Legendary Mapogos.

richard
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Hi Ravi, that’s interesting to hear about the Skukuza males in 2008, it appears that the Mapogos are used to defending there prime territory. I agree that it would be remarkable to put together a documentary detailing the history and lives of these lions. In the meantime we can hopefully continue to bring you footage from Londolozi.

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