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Shirley
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The information is very clear about the week. I enjoyed it. Beautiful pictures. thank you for all those wonderful pictures and ofcourse the update.

Terry
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Except for the sad news of the cub, this was a wonderful update! How exciting to have a cheetah come into the area! Hope he stays on. The photos were fantastic as always. Thank you so much Talley!

Rae
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Awesome update!! The pic of the Cheetah falling out of the tree is priceless!! You can thank me for a Cheetah coming back, as there was one two years ago when I was at Sabi Sand and this time Rex and Jules told me they hadn’t been seen in about two years and basically didn’t exist in the area anymore! LOL

Rich Laburn
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Great pictures Talley, I love the pic of the cheetah falling, awesome action shot!

jane west
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Talley! The cats certainly posed for you this week. Frame-able photos!!!
I can’t think about the lion cub…..

THELMA ALEMAN
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love the cheetah 🙂

Susan
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Thank you Talley! Beautiful shots of some of my most treasured moments of the week with you and Freddy. Sacred moments with the Dudley Riverbank Female and her precious cub. Spectacular photos … love the cheetah shots!

karine GAY
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JUST A DREAM OF SOUTH AFRICA ,OF LONDOLOZI ….
THANX A LOT TALLEY ….YOUR PICTURES ARE SO BEAUTIFUL…

francesco
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beautiful pictures!

MJ
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As always a wonderful pictorial update. Such a sad fate of the little orphan, but such is life in the bush.
RIP little one. the leopard pics are awesome and the cub is just so utterly cute. Cheetah in the area is a great addition to your sightings, I too hope he hangs around for a while and stays away from the lions and leopards. They hyenas are always fun to sit and watch they have such a complicated family.
Hope next week brings us more of your fabulous pictures..
Thank you for allowing us to share in your wonderful world.

Merle
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Talley, reading between the lines…you seem to say that all three of Shayne’s siblings are gone. I thought there was a sister still surviving.

And if the male cheetah does stay…with whom will he mate? Or will someone join him?

Miss you, but enjoy seeing your gorgeous photos.

Sheila
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What a great collection of photos. Glad to see that the cheetah seems to have found his new home. What a beautiful photo of the fallen cub. Thank you, Talley, for yet another amazing blog.

Chuck
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That shot of the cheetah falling out of the tree is incredible.
Actually they are all great images.
Thanks for the updates and incredible pictures.
I hope the cheetah sticks around.
Keep up the great work!

Kk
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Interesting. Did the Scar nosed male kill the female young Tsalala cub too?

Adam Bannister
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We dont know what happened to the Tsalala Cub!

Carol Robinson
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Thank you again, just love these weekly updates …. beautiful photos and wondeful experiences. Love the cheetah and hope he stays. Sad about the orphan cub, but hope the one left will be safe.

Cheryl in KCMO
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Thank you for such wonderful pictures and great information.

Thalia
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Hi Talley – Amazing photos as usual! So sad to hear about the Sparta cub but wonderful to be able to keep up with the progress of the little leopard cub. I’m saving up for another trip one day!!

Anthea Pinder
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Fantastic images; what amazing light you guys have. We just get cloud….or rain!!

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