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Raviraj Pawar
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A majestic week it had been at londolozi for the return of the mapogos.

SOUVENIR
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SUPERD PICTURES!!!

Susie Smith
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Grabbed my cup of coffee and was transported back straightaway to the wonderful few days we spent with you in September 🙂 Truly wonderful and inspiring photos……
Nature at its best…… both beautiful and ‘red in tooth and claw’ all together. Thankyou !
Susie x

Marion
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That picture of the Majingilane male is absolutely stunning!

Tammy Perger
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Absoutely stunning pictures this week…..2 more weeks today & I will be enjoying from incrdible journey to Londolozi.

Looking forward to meeting the Family of Londolozi.

Lisa O
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The one of the malachite kingfisher is brilliant Crookes! How in my 2 years at Londolozi did I not get to see one….may have to return soon!!

MJ Bradley
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What an awesome week in pictures. thank you for sharing.
It is always a pleasure to get a peek into your beautiful world.

SOUVENIR
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what do you think about that pretty boy maybe got TB?

Carol Robinson
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Thank you, James, so special, as always …….. just love the rhinos and the kingfisher 🙂

suzanne myers
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I can not thank you all enough for all the pictures and updates!!!!! Especially the MAPOGOS abd BB, the old tailess female of the tsalala pride.!! Means so much to me to hear about them!!! Many thanks!!!!!

Erwin
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You guys always have awesome pictures! Thanks for always updating your blog. I just have one question regarding Makhulu. Who sired him? I know that he was accepted by the WS males into the Sparta pride, and became an honourary WS male before leaving with the young Mapogos and before that he spent some time with BB and her brother (before he was poached) but from what pride did Big Mak come from, and who sired him?

Adam Bannister
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You are obvioulsy very familliar with his histroy and as far as Im concerned you are spot on. As far as his origins tho I do not know. Sorry but if you manage to find out please do let us know 🙂

Len Barlow
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Great pics people, saving to be ably to come and see you in 2014

Joan Borinstein
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Thank you for the updates and magnificent photos! I’ve shared your blog with many and
cannot wait to return. Joan

Louise Taback
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Thank You for the Awesome pictures and for sharing them with us!!!

Chris Lishman
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Stunning series of photos James! :0)

Sue Edmunds
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Thank you for giving us so much pleasure with your wonderful photography and accompanyng diary. I look at the photos and am in awe at the magnificence of the wildlife at Londolozi.

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