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Sean Zeederberg

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As a young boy growing up on an agricultural farm in Zimbabwe, Sean spent every opportunity entertaining himself outdoors, camping in the local nature reserve and learning about all facets of the natural world. After completing a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental ...

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Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

Great pics. Love the leopards and lions this week.

Andrew and Daniel Bolnick
Digital Tracker

Beautiful pictures. Really cool when lions line up to drink


Beautiful images of all of the animals, particularly the young leopard cub of the Tatowa female. Incredibly cute camera capture.

Stephen Torgesen

It seems amazing to me that a female leopard can take down a bull Kudu

James Tyrrell

Hi Stephen,
Although she possibly could, I think this one was taken down by a lioness, and the leopard was simply feeding on the remains.
Best regards

Joan Schmiidt
Master Tracker

Sean, wonderful photos

Doug Hammerich
Digital Tracker

Thanks again so much for TWIPs. Am traveling again and am seeing this TWIP from Italy.

Suzanne Gibson
Master Tracker

Great pictures, Sean, especially the one of Ndzanzeni descending from the tree. Has anyone seen her cub recently? – probably just as well he wasn’t with her (unless she mated with Nweti?)

Ian Hall
Master Tracker

Let’s hope the Tsalala cub makes it to adulthood, there is an air of Greek tragedy about this pride.

Claire L
Digital Ranger

Absolutely beautiful photos! Also, it’s the Inyathini male that those paws belong to.

Bob and Lucie Fjeldstad
Master Tracker

Another fabulous week in pictures!

Michael Fleetwood
Master Tracker

What a week you all had! Very interesting that Kunyuma/Senegal Bush Male is pushing further into Londolozi. I wonder if it’s because the Anderson Male hasn’t been patrolling that area as frequently as he used to and Kunyuma/Senegal Bush Male senses an opportunity, or he’s being pressured himself from the east in Mala Mala?

Stan Watson

The Tortise Pan male of course!

Joanne Wadsworth Kelley
Master Tracker

Great TWIP! I imagine we will see much interaction between the leopards as time passes. Hope none are greatly hurt during the confrontations. Very disappointed in Tsalala not protecting her cub well. I thought her instinctive nature would last longer since the cub is still so young. Sad.

Michael Fleetwood
Master Tracker

In the photo of the Mhangeni Pride, which two lionesses are the younger females that rejoined their mothers?

Susan Strauss
Digital Tracker

Mashaba? Love the Tsalala cub photo

Denise Vouri
Guest contributor

Some fabulous lion and leopard images this week, although I’m finding the bird photos equally as stunning. I’m guessing the leopard paw could be the Tortoise Pan male?

Callum Evans
Master Tracker

Amazing photos!!

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