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Amy Attenborough

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Amy worked at Londolozi from 2014 to 2017, guiding full time before moving into the media department, where her photographic and story-telling skills shone through. Her deep love of all things wild and her spiritual connection to Africa set her writing and guiding ...

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on The Week in Pictures #168

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Marinda Drake
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Great pics Amy. Love the hyenas. Gorgeous baby hyena. It is so true, if you look closely you will see beauty in every creature.

Ezequiel Almada
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Amy how old the Marthly male is?. You know, I like Camp Pan male a little more, but I think that Tyson teach us that leopards can fight too(all of his scars sometimes make me think of a male lion). Like you said, a life well lived.

Kate Collins
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Hi Ezequiel, thank you for your question, the Marthly Male is around 13 years old.

Ezequiel Almada
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Thank you Kate, and wow he really is old. I’m always amazed at how smoothly leopards age, especially compared to male lions.

Alex
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Great pictures as always, have you seen the Tu tones male lately? Haven’t heard anything about him in a while.

Kate Collins
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Hi Alex, thank you for your question. The Tu Tones Male was last seen about a week ago. We will keep you updated on his status.

Kevin
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Marthy respect here too!

Ian Hall
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The hyena den on my last visit was an absolute joy to behold, I never thought that hyenas would feature on the best photos I took on that trip.

Brian C
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Hi,
Great close-ups of the battle scarred Marthly male. He is a legend. And yes the crocs are fascinating but a little scary up close.

Jill Grady
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Great pictures Amy. I’m happy to see the Marthly male is still doing so well.

Jos van Bommel - van Bommel Safari's
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That picture of the elephant chasing the wild dogs, really amazing. Looks like you had a great time.

Anne Hamper
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Amy do you see many chameleons? They were common when I was young but I havent seen one for years??

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