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Sean Cresswell

Safari Guide

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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on A Leopard’s Hoisted Meal is Interrupted

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Wendy Hawkins
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Oh my goodness me, what amazing day in the “office” that was! There would definitely have been a nasty altercation between the two predators had the leopard not sensed that there was an intruder in her midst. So thank you Sean for the amazing pictures & write up of this excitement 🙂

MJ
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Wow, what an awesome experience! Another wonderful day in paradise!

Bonnie Olson
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What an amazing thing to watch! Beautiful photos.

Ian Hall
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Possibly one of the most amazing Londolozi blogs for a very long time

Lyhn Green
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Fascinating…felt like I was there because of your wonderful descriptions…oh I miss Londalozi

Gillian Evans
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What a morning you all had! What great photos – a truly unique day! – very lucky guests!

Krishna
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Sean, thanks for the great story and pictures of “the stolen meal”.
I felt like I was there with you.
A great read to start the day.

Jill Grady
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What an incredible sighting Sean and your pictures are fantastic! Thank you for sharing this experience with us.

NOel
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Sean, I envy your job man. Love it!!!

Chris J
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Hi Sean, it was such a wonderful sighting you guys witnessed. I always doubted Lions can climb trees but they really do!

And I want to ask if any of the Mhangeni lionesses has given birth??
As last month Singita reported two of the Mhangeni lionesses to be heavily pregnant.

James Tyrrell
Photographic Guide/Media Team

Hi Chris,

Yes, at least one of the females has given birth that we know of, and is believed to be denning two cubs at a place called Ranger’s Rock, which is on the North Bank of the Sand River in Ottawa, about 1.5km west of the Londolozi boundary.

Brent Smith
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Guest

Hi James, Have you the new cubs of the Mhangeni lioness? And Who are the fathers?

Bev
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Oh an amazing morning. Beautiful pictures, thank you so much for sharing. Lucky guests !!!

Mark Nissenbaum
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Brings back such amazing memories. great pictures everyone. So great to see the pictures taken from a different vantage point. I so miss this extraordinary place !

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