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James Tyrrell

Photographic Guide/Media Team

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 The Ximpalapala Leopard Cubs

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Rich Laburn
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Phenomenal shots JT, Kate and Bennet. Great to see these cubs growing up!

Jenifer Westphal
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Adorable! Thank you JT, Kate, and Bennet! So beautiful, I can not wait to see them but certainly your photos do just fine for now.

MJ
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Wonderful pictures of beautiful cats! May they live long healthy lives and give you many more days of viewing pleasure.

Shardool Kulkarni
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Have you managed to get a good photograph of the mother of these cubs?

James T
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Hi Shardool,

I think there may be one or two photos of her floating around which I will try to find, but I don’t have one myself. She tends to keep her distance and gets nervous as soon as more than one vehicle approaches.
She is relaxing a bit and I will post a photo of her as soon as I have one.

James

Shardool Kulkarni
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Thanks a lot!!!!

Anil Bakshi
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James, very nice pictures ….. as always.

Have you ever chanced upon 2 leopards mating on a tree. I just saw a picture which belonged to Kabini forests in south India. If you did click such a picture, pls share. thanks

James T
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Hi Anil,

I have heard of this being recorded to the North of us in the Sabi Sand but have never seen it myself.
If I come across a shot I will post it.

James

Roy Taback
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wonderful shots, thank you.

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