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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 Tsalala Cubs Alive and Well

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Bev Goodlace
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So, so glad to read this wonderful news!

sally
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Such wonderful news to wake up! they are too adorable! thanks so much!

Geri Potter
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OMW they are so cute! Thrilled to know there are 4 more Tsalalas in the koppie! So excited to see their little faces! Reminds me of the 4 we saw in 2011; unfortunately they did not survive, but I have high hopes for this group as their mother appears to be on better terms with the Majingilane. Thanks for sharing!

Carol Robinson
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Thank you – they are so gorgeous, I could just about fly to SA today (instead of going to work!) just to see them! How lucky you are to live with these beautiful creatures …….

TinaGreeff
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Hi James, This is very good news !!THey are just like little Teddy Bears – too cute for words

Graham
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Great shots JT… flip some epic viewing going on there !

Lynn Rattray
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This is such good news! We watched those rocks a couple of weeks ago with no sign of movement. I’m so happy the little fellas are in there and healthy! I want a ‘re-do’ on my visit to Sourthern Cross Copies! They are so darn cute!

Michael Klauber
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How exciting! Looking forward to watching them grow!

Evette Hartig
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such wonderful news, thank you, it is the perfect start to a new day!

Merle
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We were the FIRST to see the 4 cubs back in 2011…and were distressed as one by one they failed to survive. We can only hope to see these little ones in December when we return!

Wendy Hawkins
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Thanks James for the update! Excellent news, now we all hope that they survive to adulthood! Your pictures & words are so amazing I really look forward to my Londolozi “fix”!

MJ
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Thank you for the wonderful news.

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