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Sean Cresswell

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Sean is one of the humblest rangers you are likely to meet. Quietly going about his day, enriching the lives of the many guests he takes out into the bush, it is only when he posts a Week in Pictures or writes an ...

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Marinda Drake
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Wow! Incredible experience!

Mary Moy
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I have been following the Tamboti Female so am a bit biased, but glad to see both Leopards are well. Would love to see them in situ.

Ian Hall
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The sighting of a lifetime for most people and indeed many rangers.

Marianna Gdanis
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What an incredible sighting that must have been! Almost as good as our lion cubs yesterday and the hyenas tearing apart the buffalo carcass this morning ? Londolozi is the best place on earth

Sue Prince
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Wow, must have been amazing and I think I would of skipped a heart beat as they fell, thanks for sharing.

Jill Grady
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What an astounding height for them to have fallen from and survived! I’m relieved that they were both able to walk away uninjured!

Liz
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Wow, wow, wow! Thanks so much for sharing, simply incredible all round

Pamela Baca-Hanes
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A breath-taking fight and moment for sure! I am so relieved that they are both able to carry on without injury. That was quite a fall.

Wendy Hawkins
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Oh Sean that was just so amazing! It just shows how resilient nature is to take a fall from that height! I am sure that a human would have some broken bones!!! Thanks for the write-up Sean. The pictures & video are amazing too, thanks to Gillian & Iain

Gillian Evans
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Wendy – thanks for your comments! It was a simply amazing morning (our first at Londolozi!) and I think we were all totally shocked when the leopards fell out of that tree in front of us from such a height. It was good to be able to see both walked away relatively unscathed! – maybe one of their 9 lives used!

Loretta
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The Nkoveni female was the first female leopard I ever saw in the wild and the Tamboti young female was the most recent one I saw. They are both so stunningly beautiful. I was at the edge of my seat reading this and am so happy that they are both okay and even more excited to learn that Nkoveni has cubs somewhere!! Fantastic sighting and amazing video. Thank you for being in the right place at the right time.

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