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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 Rarest Sighting of All

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David Dampier
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Amazing shots. 7 years here and still waiting for one of these!

Sergey Gorshkov
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This is a picture of my dreams. Congratulations.

Lynn Rattray
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Totally amazing post! Thanks so much for capturing and sharing! Miss Londolozi so much!

Kim Beasley
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OMG!! What an amazing set of photos!! So happy ya’ll got to experience this rare sighting….so exciting!!

Brian C
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Beautiful series of photos. Amazing sighting (lucky guests!). Sad about final outcome, but Tamboti will rise again.
5:5 male has shown a real interest in cubs that he has sired (or thinks he sired), but even he will kill cubs when he knows he is not the father.

Arden A. Zalman
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Thank you for sharing your amazing adventure. Tamboti has always been a favorite of ours having spent time with her on previous visits. The last one with Trevor & it was wonderful.

Krishna
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Thankyou so much for these amazing photos,please keep us posted on the progress of her precious babies,just love them.

Jill Grady
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Incredible photos and amazing sighting! I’m so sorry for the loss of the cubs. Life is harsh out in the wild.

Jim
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Amazing!

Kiki
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Stay positive for the little ones!

vincent
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that is true

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