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James Tyrrell
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Great writing and photos Mike!
Let’s hope the other Nanga cub and the missing Tsalala 2 are all ok!

Jamo

Tony Goldman
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Awesome article and photos,Mike .

Lynn Rattray
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This is just too stressful to read! The Nanga female is the most awesome aninimal we saw on our September visit and her cubs brought me to tears with their personalities. They must be safe! Please keep us posted….with good news!

Shanel Cameron
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Wow Mike, what incredible images and a great description of an amazing sighting. Every day I am just a little bit more jealous of all of you lucky people who get to see this every day. Thanks for keeping us all in touch and allowing us a little bit of escapism through the blog.

Jen
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Gorgeous photos and a fabulous story! Hopefully the missing cubs will be located unharmed.

Gavin
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Awesome Mike… Great photos telling the story as well!!

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Arden Zalman
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I could not take a breath until I reached the last picture. Beautiful glimpse of the magnificence that lives in Londolozi. Thank you Mike.

MJ
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The way of the bush is harsh, but oh so amazing! I too hope the cubs will be found safe and sound.
Thank you for another spectacular view into your world!

Penny Parker
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WOW what an incredible interaction and sighting to see. the pics are outstanding – the awkward cub climbing down the tree sideways had got to be my favourite – a very unique shot.

Mark Nisbet
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Unreal Suthers. Great track and find by you and General Life.

Rae
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Wow, I have always said (since my first game drive 3 years ago), that the drama that unfolds in the bush is better than any soap opera!! The pictures of the leopard cub are just astounding!! Keep us posted. I am on the edge of my seat awaiting further news of what transpires!

Richard Burman
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Unbelievable story and photos Suthers. Summer is going to be amazing!

Shirley
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That was an intense blog! Very well written!

Rich Laburn
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Excellent photographs and a tense story. I was holding onto the side of my desk as I read it! The photographs are outstanding as always. rich

Michael Klauber
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Mike,

Beautiful images and riviting story! Fingers crossed for the cubs!

Athenkosi Diba
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Well written and great photos Mike. Great track and find by you and the great Igwe(Life) so proud of you guys. Athi

Evette Hartig
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Amazing photos. Please keep us advised, hoping to hear that all the cubs are found alive and well.

Jill Grady
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Incredible photos Mike and an amazing story. I also hope all the cubs are safe and look forward to an update.

Stephanie Peduto
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Intense blog! Love the photos…..

Mary Beth Wheeler
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What suspense – and we’re left hanging!!! We’ll be anxious awaiting the next chapter!

MS LEOPARD YUKO IKEDA
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Very very rare scene.It’s wonderful !!

James T
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All 4 Tsalala Cubs are accounted for we are happy to report!

Mike
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Thanks James that is AWESOME! IS the sub Lioness still with the older Tsalala’s?

James Weis
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Wonderful read and great images to accompany this. Thanks for sharing the story!

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