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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 The Wacheche Leopard Cub – Photographs

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Sheila Grobbelaar
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Awesome and very lucky!!

Tresa Stiles
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The cub is so beautiful!! My family is with you this week and I’m looking forward to more pictures!! What a great start!!

Denise M.
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Deep sigh…..

Terri Abadi
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Such good memories- amazing my pictures look nothing like yours 🙂
It was incredible seeing this little cub with you for the first time!!
Regards to all.
Terri

Heidi O'Connell
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what LOVELY photographs John !

Carol
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What beautiful pics! I love the leopards. Thank you for sharing!!!!

Cory Marder
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What a beautiful little family! Thank you for sharing them. She has good taste. Londolozi is a special place.

Sondra Wise
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Wow – how exciting! Can’t wait to see more of your adventures!

Drew
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Awesome!

Judy Guffey
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I wish one baby (of any species :>) )….could stay cute and cuddly forvever.

Sheena
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Entrancing – and so beautiful – stay safe little one –

Angela Garlant
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Such a beautiful sight … gorgeous little cub … stay safe mum and little one!

Sarah
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I’m coming to visit Londolozi in August & after seeing these wonderful photos I’m even more excited! (if that’s possible!)

Rich
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Thats awesome to hear Sarah, we are looking forward to having you. Hopefully you will get to see this cub as well as lots more! Thanks for your comments.

Jo Lynne Jones
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Are there two leopard cubs right now? Elmon and James spotted a young cub with its mother on April 28th. The pictures I have of the female show her as a 3:3. The Wacheche female is a 3:2.

Rich
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Hi Jo Lynne, the cubs you saw may have been the Ravenscourt female’s. She is the other prominent leopard with cubs right now. I will confirm with James for you.

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