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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 Curse of Nyamakunze

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Beth Knopik
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Very well documented, James. Crazy to think we were there…witnessing all of this. Missing Londolozi in a big way.

Gavin
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Incredible sighting well captured!!

Wendy Hawkins
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Oh James, her leg doesn’t look like its healed much?
Well as you say, survival of the fittest, but I want her & kids to survive till summer when the rains make the grazing spread more evenly. Please keep us posted and thanks again for a beautifully written blog 🙂

Susan Yacavonis
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I agree with Beth… We witnessed the entire scene. Thanks for sharing this with us and I’ll also share with other friends..

Steve K
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Well done Sir James…
Wish you could have seen or used Rogers’ photo of the Camp Pam male rushing onto the scene. He snapped off a really great image of that – Jeepers!

MJ
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Thank you for the wonderful blog, I too hope they can hold on for the greener grasses of summer so they can move away from danger for a bit.

Robin
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You should have helped the cheetahs. You knew they needed to feed as a family and the leopard was just a lazy opportunist.

Kion
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Exciting stuff! Awesome blog! Thanks for explaining the feeding habits of the prey, thus shedding light on the whole chain. Gotta feel sorry for the cheetahs though.

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