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Adam Bannister

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on Cheetah: Born to pose

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Amy
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Adam,

Thank you for the young male cheetah update. We were there at the end of June/beginning of July and able to follow him one evening (thanks Lucien and James!). I am so glad to know that he is doing well and still being seen there. My family daily checks the blog and can’t tell you how much we enjoy hearing about what is happening in Londolozi.

Amy

Adam Bannister
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Thanks Amy. It makes a huge difference to me to write to an audience whom I know are excited to hear more. I love writing and will continue to share my magic moments with all of you readers. PS your comments are all wonderful and I love reading them ALL. Thank you – Adam

Rich
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Ad, these are some outstanding photos of this cheetah. I love the shots of him in the trees in particular!

Margarita Doychinova
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What a beauty!!!! Cheetahs are my favourite big cats because of their defenselessness. Lions live together, leopards are opportunists, cheetahs, especially females with cubs , count on themselves.

Curtis
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Adam,
Please ask him to hang around at least until we arrive in December!

Adam Bannister
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Il try Curtis. I think if you could get hold of a female for him he would hang around for sure!

Zoe
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Adam,

Thanks so much for posting these fabulous shots of him. Cheetah are my absolute favourite and seeing them in the wild is such an experience. I was at Londos a couple of weeks ago and we did try to find him but to no avail. I hope he sticks around and makes Londos his home and perhaps calls for some friends. Looking forward to continued updates on him.

Best,
Zoe

Rae
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Breathtaking!!

Sandy Johnson
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Terrific pics Adam. I was just thinking about this cheetah this morning and wondering if he was still at Londolozi.

Tammy Perger
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Adam,

He is Magnificent….hope he stays around till I get there in November. Would love to get some great pictures of our Handsme Male….:)

Terry
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Great update. Nice for you all to have a resident cheetah. His eyes are gorgeous! Thanks for all the beautiful pictures of my favorite big cat!

Marie-Josée Parent
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Elegance, splendor, dignity.

Trevor & Colleen
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Fabulous !

Elisabeth Douglas
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What a magnificent animal, Adam and maybe quite aware of his own beauty. Hopefully there is a female
for him around Londolozi,

THELMA ALEMAN
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It should be exciting to have this handosme cheetah in the reserve, since there are not a lot of them :). I’m happy that he’s alive.

Annie Andrews
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Wonderful photos of the cheetah, thanks for the blog brings back such great memories of our amazing time at Londolozi.
Annie

kiki
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Strike a pose! Can’t wait to photograph him myself in a couple of months. Well done, as always, Adam!

TED SWINDON
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Hi again Adam,
These are awesome shots Adam, well done and thanks for sharing them with us. This is my second best cat!
Regards,
Ted.

Evette Hartig
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I plan to return to Londolozi next winter and only hope we can experience this majestic cat. Thank you for the updates and fabulous photos!

MJ Bradley
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Wow, what an awesome looking cat! I love his copper eyes. Cheetah are such svelte and swift creatures.
I hope he finds himself a mate and gives you many more photo opportunities.

Thanks Adam

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