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Raviraj Pawar
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Wonderful pictures. Hope it rains more there. Thank you Talley.

James T
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An incredible photo of Nottens’ claw missing Camp Pan’s lip by a whisker (haha!). Correct me if I’m wrong but I think he’s closer to 12 than 10. I was chatting to Julius Ngwenya about him the other day, and he actually reckons Camp Pan was born in ’99, and not 2000, as I and many of the rangers used to believe…

Arden Zalman
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Thank you for making my week again!

Terry
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Awesome week Talley. The pictures are terrific. Love the two hyena cubs together and the leopared cub up the tree. Lovely. Thank you so much.

MJ Bradley
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Thank you for posting these wonderful pictures.. As always it is a pleasure to have a glimpse into your beautiful world. love the leopard shots..

Linda Holland
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Thank you for the amazing pictures.

Pat Haines
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Does the Nottens mating mean that she has losted her cub?

Adam Bannister
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Pat we do not think that she has had a cub in many years. Nottens Young Female, however, aka Piva Female still has a cub and on monday we will have an entire post dedicated to her. enjoy

Pat Haines
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Adam thank you , does the Piva Female move between Nottens ,Dudley and yourselves?

Jody Morrison
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Thank you for another wonderful blog. What is there about African sunsets that make them so spectacular? Great leoopard shots as well. Always a joy to virtually travel through your beautiful pics

simone mets
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These are amazing pictures. We were at Londolozi that very week and saw that little cub escape from the hyena — we watched with worry from the jeep as the cub climbed safely into a tree. Thanks for the pix –made me want to head to the airport and return!

Anne Wiles
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For a home-sick South African living on a horse farm in the Hudson Valley (N. of NYC) you bring it all “home” for me. Thank you SO much for these SPECTACULAR shots. I LOVE them all. We have a different variety of wildlife here – foxes, deer, coyote, and a 450 lb. black bear – none of whom are dangerous and hundreds of bird species in our wetlands – and we do enjoy our own kind of safari!!!

Sheena
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Glorious photos Talley – and good to see the recent video of you – it would be nice to see more Rangers interviewed on his/her experiences – you guys can and do, teach us so much.

ThelmaALeman
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THIS IS VERY NICE 🙂

Courtney M
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I love the close up of the female leopard’s claw trying to swipe the male! Glad to know the cheetah is still hanging around. I pray that I’ll have a chance to see him in January. Do you know why the young Sparta Male only has half his mane? Has it just not come in yet? Or is it a sign of low testosterone? Do you know if he’s ever sired cubs? A few months back there was a blog post on lion manes, and I think there was something about females preferring bigger, darker manes.

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