Spending time with the two Northern Avoca Males south of the Sand River as they follow the shade under a large torchwood tree, we have a chance at having a closer look at the finer details of a stunning male lion. Knowing they were most likely going to stay in the same spot for the entire day we head back in the afternoon with the hopes of them getting up and moving once the heat of the day has subsided, bumping into a herd of elephants on the way.
Having not seen the Xinzele Female for a fair amount of time she was seen along the Manyelethi River with a nyala kill. To try and replenish her fluids, she ventures off to a nearby waterhole for a drink on an incredibly hot afternoon but is held up by a herd of elephants who are thoroughly enjoying the water and mud ahead of the leopardess.
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A small female often found in NW Marthly. Similar spot pattern to her mother the Ingrid Dam Female.
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The markings and scars on his face tell the story behind this male and what he has been through to get to where he is today. I am not too sure if the injury will heal, he has had it for quite some time now os probably not but we will have to wait and see.