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James Tyrrell

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James had hardly touched a camera when he came to Londolozi, but his writing skills that complemented his Honours degree in Zoology meant that he was quickly snapped up by the Londolozi blog team. An environment rich in photographers helped him develop the ...

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on Majingilane Meet With Tsalala Pride

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Bader
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Beautiful!! WOW!!

Raviraj pawar
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Love it how the lions and lionesses march in a straight line. Wonderful to see the 4 majingilanes together.

Chris Lishman
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Great photos James! :0) Hope all is well in Londolozi.

Rowena Lafferty
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That cub needs some playmates. Thank you for the great photos and the updates.

Sandy Johnson
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Excellent! Love the pic of mom snarling at baby. How comical.

Shirley
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This is abosulutely wonderful. Thank you.

Kk
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Do the sub-adult lionessess not show up when their fathers are around?

James T
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A good question. A number of times in the last few weeks we have had sightings of the Tsalala pride accompanied by some of the Majingilane, and the sub-adults are consistently absent. I am not sure why this would be so, although we have witnessed aggression between the Scar-nosed male and the two youngsters before.

Tim Musumba
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That is a good question.I just hope we could get to know the answer on why the sub-adults are rarely seen around when the male lions are around.If they were sub-adult males i would have thought because of their nearing to maturity and competition for food the male lions would view them as a threat,but these are females so what could be the problem!

Danny
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I wonder about the two sub-adults not being there, do they wander off at times or a bit timid around their “Dads”?

Evette Hartig
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Thank you, great shots…love the lions!

Tim Musumba
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I was happy to see a very rare shot of all four Majingilanes together.I can now see they are maturing more and more with especially the first two males in the picture with darker manes.They are now resembling the mapogos which had huge manes apart from Mr.T.They are now getting into their prime.

vaseem
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wow!! what a live sighting must be from the lodge…incredible indeed.

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