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3:4 Female

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Dudley Riverbank 3:3 Female

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Ndzanzeni 4:3 Female

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Suzanne Gibson

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I came here for the 1st time with my husband in Feb 2010, 2nd stop on a Vic Falls-Londolozi-Cape Town trip. I'd wanted to come here for years, as my ambition was to see a leopard in the wild. We looked at the ...

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on My Encounters With the Londolozi Royal Family

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Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

Lovely memories Suzanne. It is always great to see the lineage continue.

Mary Beth Wheeler
Guest contributor

As a “people” genealogist I’m always interested in family relationships and the same applies to leopard families as well, it turns out! I love your genealogy story, Suzanne!

Victoria Auchincloss
Senior Digital Ranger

Magnificent animals and adorable cubs!! We always ❤️ spotting in the bush! Victoria

Ian Hall
Digital Tracker

I have never seen a picture of a leopard suckling her cubs, what an amazing sight.

Suzanne Gibson
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How lucky was I! – especially to see her again after a 4 and a half year wait, with her own cubs – it was just incredible.

Joanne Wadsworth Kelley
Master Tracker

I am very glad that you’ve had the wonderful opportunity to travel to Londolozi for many years and can only imagine the satisifaction and contentment of seeing leopard families come full circle. Great blog!

Hello Suzanne!
Thank you for an interesting and good article about the leopard Dudley Riverbanks Lineage.
Patience pay off! It is a wounderful passion to go at safaris, to have unforegettable moments in the bush to take home!
I saw Mashabas female’s cubs at the den last year in September. They were so cute!! I was very sad when I heard they had been killed.
The photo of the Ndzanzeni female as a cub is so good! She is a darling!!
Thank you for sharing!

Michael & Terri Klauber
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Great post Suzanne! How awesome to see these families of leopards thrive!

Tina Gutierrez
Explorer

Beautiful photos and informative blog. Thanks for sharing. I love the photo of the Ndzazeni young male. He does look like royalty!

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