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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 More of Londolozi’s New Favourite Pride

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Suzan Zoukis
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In hopes the tranquility continues to allow these beautiful cubs time to grow to adulthood…

Kion
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Yes!

Rowena Lafferty
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Great stills of the cubs. And I think Mhangeni is vastly superior to Munghen, which made me think of a dirty bird. Love the footage of the cubs yesterday. Charming.

Fred A Rainey
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Great shots James!

Arden Zalman
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Oh my!!!

Linda
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Great sightings from this pride for sure. Do you know how many males/females the cubs are? Thanks heaps.

Carol Robinson
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Wonderful, so wish I was there :). Thanks James

Leslie Backus
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Love the last photo, it really tells a story.

Wendy Hawkins
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My absolute favourite is the 2nd last one – how precious is that little face! Thanks once again James for a great write-up & pics. Have a lovely evening drive 🙂

Gavin
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Awesome JT!!

Beatriz
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Thank you for the beautif’ul pictures! I can’t wait to see pictures of the cubs with their papa’s.

Mary Beth Wheeler
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Too cute!!

MJ
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What a wonderful gift to have such a lovely healthy pride at Londolozi.. I hope they have a brilliant future and bring us lots of photo ops. Thank you for the spelling.. it does make it easier to identify.

thank you for sharing

Derek Evans
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Could you stop them growing until January?

Geri Potter
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Very jealous that you all get to spend your days viewing such adorable creatures! Question: Being the cubs were born so closely together of sisters, do the females suckle any cubs who come to them, or are they litter specific?

TinaGreeff
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LOvely to see these little ones posing.They are so very cute-lets hope they all grow up and live for a long time to give us more interesting stories in the bush

Mike
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Awesome

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