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on Buffalo chase off Majingilane Males

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Sheryl
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wow great pictures!!

Col Ellis
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What a fantastic moment, and great shots, especially that last one! Love!

Sheena
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Good to see the Majingilane being put in their place once in a while!!

Chris
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Love, love, love that last picture!

kiki
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Nice to see that they don’t win every time. Thanks!

Mike Paredes
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last shot wow.

Jen Westphal
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Seriously, this is SOOO cool! Thanks for sharing Adam and Lucien!!

Rob Kuzmicki
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One of the best moments of our trip….also one of the scariest moments, lol. Thanks again to Londolozi for helping my wife and I celebrate our honeymoon and have one heck of a story to share back at home!

Linda Holland
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Great photos…..last shot is amazing.

Syl
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Great blog. I often wonder what the kill/escape ratio is.

Geri Potter
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Well, having just posted about Camp Pan and how they are all cats…lions are a different category of cat altogther; NEVER known of another species that would systematically attack it’s own offspring. That’s a puzzlement, and one that may be their undoing? Do I rememeber correctly…they aren’t biological brothers all? Just a coalition? So, cats are cats when they live alone, but as a coaltion they take on a different aura…so interesting to follow.

al
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Can anybody confirm all 4 Majingilanes are together? Latest location puts them very close to the Matimbas in Nkorho…

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clive
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great photos

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