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Shirley
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Thank you very much for the wonderful pictures. I enjoyed it.

ThelmaALeman
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YAY.. CHEETAH AND THE LITTLE GIRL FROM TSALALA PRIDE 🙂

Anna
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and you should also be known as one of the best photographers of cats too. Love these Tal, thanks for sharing

Armin Kech
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Very beautiful pictures, indeed

Sandy Johnson
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The cheetah loves to pose for you Talley. Where are the two remaining cubs of the Tsalala lionesses – younger Tailless and her sister that are pictured? I haven’t heard any news of them lately. Did something happen to them?

Ubaids
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Hi thanks for the daily blog and especially the weekly update. Look forward to it eagerly due to us being caught up in the rush of the city! Keep it up! Hope to visit Londolozi one day soon. Many thanks. Ubaid

Jan-Erik Rottinghuis
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Talley, can’t blame you for preferring the cats. Your pics and stories do them justice. Gorgeous and thank you. Keeps Londolozi top of mind!

Judy Guffey
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See you in 60 days!

Terry
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You have outdone yourself this week Talley! Great blog and the pictures are perfection as always! What a variety you had this week. Especially love the picture of the three kudu cows. Thank you so much for giving us a window into your world.

Evette Hartig
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Talley, Fabulous photos, it is always a joy to see what great shots you have taken during the week. Can’t wait to get back to Londolozi!

m ik y
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th a n k s f or good p i c….bu t s o m e o ne sa i d bark ma n e m a j i n g n o t invol v e d i n th e f i g h t e ….

Carol Robinson
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So special, thanks so much for giving me a “fix” 🙂

David Dampier
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Fascinating sighting with the geese!

James T
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Hi Tal – a great selection of pictures as usual.
One thing up for discussion – the puncture wound on the Dark-maned Majingilane. He was actually the one male who was NOT involved in the fight with the younger male last week. He was found that morning not far from camp, although to be fair, his tracks had come from the South, so maybe he had been involved sometime during the night. It’s up for debate though. I didn’t see him on the morning of the fight, but it will be interesting to look back and see if anyone had any photos of him from that day. how soon afterwards was this photo taken?
I would guess that if he was involved in that territorial dispute, he wouldn’t have abandoned his brothers. My guess is that it was a separate incident that he got wounded in. Possibly with the same intruding males, but not during that same encounter.
Your thoughts?

Raviraj Pawar
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Very interesting pics, specially of the bushbuck having that nasty ear tear and it healed without getting infected hopefully the wounds on the young male lion whom the three majingilane’s attacked would be infection free as well. The animals in the wild are immune to most infections i think.
It’s amazing how these animals tolerate the vehicles and remain calm in their presence. In tiger reserves in India, the tigers actually attacks the vehicles and so it is more safe to be on an elephant-back.

Jane West
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Tall..I LOVE that shot of the kudu with the broken ear! Excellent pics, as usual!
We saw lizards and road toads on our bush walk this morning!

Iren
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I’m so glad that the cub is a girl. That’s very good! ♥

MJ Bradley
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Thank you for sharing your stunning photos.. I also have a very soft spot for the felines.
it is always a pleasure to get a glimpse into your beautiful world.

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