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Chris Taylor


Chris was born and raised in the Kwa-Zulu/Natal Midlands where his family inspired his early passion for the natural world. Exploring Southern Africa as he grew up, this passion was allowed to develop and his curiosity to expand. After high school, Chris spent ...

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on A Forgotten Sighting of the Southern Pride

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the best part is her 2 cubs are females. 😀

Chris, thanks for the update on the pride. We are always hopeful to see these families survive and expand, so we will look forward to future updates!

Chris, I loved the lions🤗

Great lion tale today! A hope for the future

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Interesting history of these lions. I also enjoyed the fact there is still a mystery to the bush!

So sorry that there is only one lioness left, but she has two cubs at least. Beautiful lion storie and we hope she comes back closer with her cubs for us to see. She is so beautiful.

A tale with two sides…sad to know that their numbers have fallen and that she lost her sub adult but wonderful to know that there are cubs and a possible future for them all ! 🙏🏻

Is what you call the Southern Pride happen to be The Tsalalas where there was an Adult and sub adult?????? Many THANKS!!!!!!!! ENJOYED

I hope that they continue to do well and that the pride is able to persevere!

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Almost a re-run of the Tsala story

Holds some promise for future viewing.

Thanks for this post Chris, and here’s hoping that the revival of the southern pride is durable and they continue to thrive going forward!

Very interesting history!

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