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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 Tamboti Cubs

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Jorina de Kock
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They are so so beautiful

Carol Robinson
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Thank you, thank you – how I wish I could photograph them!! They are so precious.

Lynn Rattray
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Absolutely amazing photography and subjects! Can’t wait to experience it myself in Sept.!

Jenifer Westphal
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Adorable! Thank you for sharing!

Wendy Hawkins
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Guys, what a privilege it is to be able to sit there and witness such beauty! Tamboti is a very relaxed mom & those two precious youngsters – oh goodness, I hope they grow up to be just like her. Thanks for sharing once again 🙂

Margarita Doychinova
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Absolutely amazing! Adorable! Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I hope they will survive!!!!!!!!!!!

Evette Hartig
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What a fabulous blog to wake to this morning. We will be there in one month and can’t wait to see these precious additions to the Leopards of Londolozi.

Arden Zalman
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Thank you

Mary Beth Wheeler
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They’ve grown so much in the past 7 weeks! It’s so fun to see them out in the open and so relaxed. Thanks for all the wonderful images!

Henry Smith
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Beautiful – great photos!!

Vin Beni
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Can’t wait to see these up close next week.

Clarice
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Amazing!!!!! So cute and gorgeous… I wish I had seen them when we were there. No words to express the beauty of these pictures. Congratulations!!!

Kaivalya Young
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What animal head was that, that one of the cubs was carrying around and gnawing on.

jan-erik
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Rich: beautiful pics. They are beauties.
Do you mind to explain the expression: 5:3 spot pattern or for the male male 2:2. What to look for?
Thanks, Jan-Erik

Linda
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Did one of these cubs die? How? If so, was it the young boy or girl? Thanks heaps.

James Tyrrell
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Hi Linda,
Sadly yes, we believe the male cub has been killed as we have not seen it for a couple of weeks. We have no way of knowing how or by what.

James

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