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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 Tsalala Breakaway Cubs Cross River

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Matt
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we were lucky enough to be in the car too, amazing sighting!

JO LYNNE JONES
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Oh, how they have grown since we saw them on May 12! One of the great pleasures of Londolozi is being able to follow animals once you have left. The blog extends our visits from days to years and keeps us coming back.

Thank you blog team, James and Rae!

Holly Cheese
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We’ll be with you next week, so excited, I do hope we will still get to see them!

Beatriz
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Thank you for such amazing pictures, I read your blog daily.

Rae
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Hey Matt, I bet you and Dana got better pictures!! Send them to Kate!

Mary Beth Wheeler
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What a wonderful sighting! We’re just back in the US, at JFK, after our awesome visit to Londolozi – still #1!! Already talking about when we’ll be back….

Wendy Hawkins
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Once again James and guest, Rae, thank you for those wonderful pics and story. It seems that more & more pics are being taken of lions with cubs or even leopards swimming in water these days than ever before, as it is a “known” fact that cats do not like to get their feet wet 🙂

Thanks for sharing!

MJ
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Wonderful sighting! Thanks for sharing.

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🙂

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