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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 The Week in Pictures #91

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Blake Balcomb
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Great post James! Keep up the good work! Like the smaller macros.

Arden Zalman
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Thanks James, for another reminder of the wonders of Londolozi. Just returned from the Pantanal in Brazil. The Jaguars have nothing on the Leopards of Londolozi. Can’t wait to return to Londolozi next year.

Vicki
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so some more cubs have been lost if the 4 adults were there right? Last count we had were 6 cubs and that was before the 4th lioness brought her cubs out.

James
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Unfortunately it seems that way Vicki.
Out of the 6, 1 disappeared, then a new four were introduced to the pride, bringing the current total to 9

James

MJ
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Wonderful photos as always! thank you for sharing.

thelma aleman
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What happened to the sparta pride? 🙂

James
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Still around, but hiding…
Other saw them this week but most of the Drama was happening in the North…
🙂

Susan Yacavonis
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James, it was great being with you. Love looking at the pictures! I am unable to subscribe… Error messages come up. Maybe something wrong with website?

Rich Laburn
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Thanks for the feedback Susan, I will look into it asap for you. rich

Susan Yacavonis
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Rich, I still tried and was unable to subscribe.. I get this message:
This XML file does not appear to have any style information associated with it. The document tree is shown below. followed by a screen of computer code..

Rich Laburn
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Hi Susan, can I suggest subscribing via email in the box on the right hand side bar? rich

Susan Yacavonis
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That appears to have worked… Thanks!

cindy
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awesome…as always !

Kristine
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Amazing! I will see you in a few days!!!

Rich Laburn
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13 lions in one pic! Great shot JT, tried to count them all but only got to 8 at a push. I also love the first image. Great moment. rich

Kion
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Awesome pics! Lions are the best!

Irene Nathanson
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Wonderful photos-thanks for sharing- counting down the days until i am there again for the third time!

Wendy Hawkins
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Once again my Saturday was made much better with these stunning pics & write up! Thanks a ton James & by the way, I don’t think you should be allowed to go on leave as we will miss these “weekly fixes” 🙂

TinaGreeff
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Thanks for the beautiful photos and all the most interesting stories.Looking at life there it seems to be so peaceful but these animals have to be on guard like to survive in the bush.Thanks for putting these stories together -the animals feel like family and you just want to see and hear more.Keep up the wonderful work !!!

Mike
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still keeping my fingers crossed for the sub girl B.B. worked so hard for her!

ALISON
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POOR CHEETAH!~~~~~

TinaGreeff
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Once again most enjoyable stories and excellent photographic shots.Please keep the stories and photos going!!!

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