18 Comments

on The Week in Pictures # 42

Join the conversationJoin the conversation

Shirley
Member
Guest

Beautiful pictures, very clear. Thank you for this updating about all those beautiful animals. But what about the two motherless cubs. How they are doing so far. Again thank you.

Rich Laburn
Head of Digital

Hi Shirley, you can read the blog post from 4 days prior which updates you on the cubs – http://blog.londolozi.com/2012/05/24-hrs-with-the-sparta-pride-cubs/

Syl
Member
Guest

Loved it…going back to read again. Thanks so very much. 🙂

Jody Morrison
Member
Guest

Beautiful beautiful beautiful…….. stunning photos and great commentary. I am always so impressed by what you put together for us. Thank you so much

MJ
Member
Guest

Thank you again for some wonderful pictures! I look forward to these every week.

Margarita Doychinova
Member
Guest

What a beauty!!!!! I would like to be in Londolozi!!!

Sheila
Member
Guest

So many fantastic photos. Loved the Kudu with the branch in its horns and the ones of the lion cubs. Actually, I loved them all. Thank you soooo much.

Shirley
Member
Guest

Thank you for responding so quickly. I have read that blog, and it is all about the three tiny little cubs. Wonderful to read. But I am really curious how the two motherless cub, which were last has been lost for a week, are doing now in the pride? I am very anxious to know. thank you again.

Rich Laburn
Head of Digital

They are doing well and spend time with the rest of the pride who will look after them for the foreseeable future.

Rich Laburn
Head of Digital

Hi Shirley, an update from this afternoon is that the pride has been in a neighboring property. The two older cubs were seen on their own on the boundary yesterday. They are looking thin but not starving, and we know that the pride is close.

Sybella Milliken-Smith
Member
Guest

Your fantastic images and news from Londolozi are SO appreciated. I am transported back to the most wonderful memories, please keep them coming.xx

Terry
Member
Guest

Wonderful as always! Look forward to this every week. Thank you very much!

Judy Altman
Member
Guest

Fabulous photos. We so long to come back to Londolozi and have you as our guide.

Arden Zalman
Member
Guest

Rich–once more you have brightened up our day with your brilliant pictures. Can’t believe these little cubs will be all grown up when we see them next March. Thanks again for the images we carry around in our minds until your next post.

Jen Westphal
Member
Guest

Talley, your photos make me ache with anticipation and hugely motivational in getting myself planned for another trip! Saw my father in laws wife the other night and she sends her best. They too were astonished at Freddy’s ability to see the un-seeable! Thank you for your amazing photographs – I look forward to them every Friday! Best to all!

Abby Maquera
Member
Guest

Hi I was wondering, is the Tugwaan male also the Short Tail Male? It looks like him and and they have fathered the same offspring (Dudley Riverbank 5:5 male) but the name threw me off.. I’ve never heard him as Tugwaan male.

Also I heard something else interesting… On a MalaMala blog I heard that Dudley 5:5 male or the Airstrip male as they called him had been mating with the Tamboti female.. Wouldn’t that be inbreeding though since Tamboti female was also fathered by the Short Tail Male?

Rich Laburn
Head of Digital

Hi Abby, the Tugwaan male is indeed the Short Tail Male. We name the leopards after the territories in which they are found here at Londolozi.

As for the Dudley 5:5 Male Mating with the Tamboti female, I will have a look into the dynasty for you to answer your question shortly.

Thanks for your comments,
rich

Willy Smith
Member
Guest

Talley, wonderful as always, but the lion in the headlights is spectacular….at first glimpse I thought it was a satellite photo! Is it true that rhinocerouses will stomp out a campfire? 🙂

Connect with Londolozi

Follow Us

Sign up for our Newsletters

One moment...
Anonymous
Be the first to this photo
You and 1 others this photo
q

Filed under
Anonymous
10 April, 2798
+
Add Profile