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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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on Virtual Safari: Ultimate Game Drive Highlights #104

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Digital Ranger

The young lioness Tsalala was last seen sometime in January. I’m worried the Ntsevu pride lions may have harmed her. Is there any new news? Thank you.

Hi Iren, I believe she is doing well. She has been fairly scarce of late. we will hopefully put a story out on her soon.

Digital Ranger

I really wish I could. And thank you for your reply, Sean.

Senior Digital Ranger

Yes, I’m also awaiting news of the young Tsalala lioness. I’ve been very worried too.

Absolutely wonderful. Thank you, for the great footage. Always a privilege to be part of the wonderful event at Londolozi. Keep spoiling us!!!!

Thank you so much, Jos. It truly was an amazing sighting.

Senior Digital Ranger

So much fun to watch what they get up to! Such agility on that dead tree! Thanks for letting us view these wonderful scenes!

It was incredible to be able to spend time with them and see what they get up to when they are so fully of energy.

Digital Ranger

Fabulous sighting, Sean! Thanks for taking us along!

Thank you so much, Linda.

Sean, that is pure gold! While I loved the photos of these 2 in TWIP, for something like this there really is no substitute for video, so many thanks. It takes me right back to 3 weeks ago today…..we’d spent many hours over the previous days trying to find these sisters, hoping they’d come across the boundary. Then on our last drive, Alfie and Judas found one of them. We followed her to a dead knobthorn tree which she climbed. We were so happy to see her, even more so when her sister arrived . We felt so privileged to watch them play together for well over an hour.
Nkoveni did such a wonderful job in rearing Plaque Rock to independence, but she must be absolutely exhausted having to feed these 2 as well as herself!

It truly was an incredible sighting. I am so glad you got to enjoy something similar. It really must be exhausting for the Nkoveni Female to look after these two.

Hi Sean, what an amazing sighting of these two cubs playing, up and down the tree and all around the water hole. They were so close to your vehicle, it is so beautiful to see them interacting with each other. Fantastic video, thank you so much.

Thank you so much, Valmai.

This is a dream come true: two sisters leopards playing together with no thought on their mind. A perfect moment in time. Are they related to the mother leopard? Anyway, almost too good to be true. Life is too often cruel and hard, instead this is the best side of it.

A dream come true it was. Spending the uninterrupted time with them throughout the morning playing. No, they are not related to the mother leopard, they are from the Sunsetbend lineage.

Thanks for this wonderful video!
These two girls are just so beautiful an dit is fantastic to watch them playing with each other.
A very successful and lucky mother, the Nkoveni Female.

They are stunning females so watching them play was the best.

Nice drive Sean. The two younguns are too cute for words. Thanks very much.

They are the most entertaining to watch.

Oh Sean, I suspect this is ranking in the top five virtual safari videos posted to date! How fortunate are we viewers to share in your good luck to find these two sisters in such a remarkable setting. I had to watch it twice after opening the email, in order to fully appreciate the interaction between these two. It seems one sister is a bit more of the aggressor, but her sibling certainly doesn’t roll over and give in. I suppose once they reach independence, they will go their separate ways like Finfoot and Nkuwa, but for now I’ll delight in every sighting of the two of them you post.

Thank you so much, Denise. It truly was an amazing sighting. Yes, there is definitely one that seems to be more of a trouble causer. I am in the process of creating an ID profile for both of them to be able to identify them easier. I am sure they will eventually go their separate ways but for now we are loving the time spent together.

Sean what a spectacular day spent with these two wonderful cubs! Please do not apologies for sharing these with us…I could spend a whole week just viewing them and leave feeling so blessed to have been so close to these wonderful cats. Just wonderful 🙏🏻💕

Thank you so much, Cally. It was such an amazing sighting.

Fabulous video Sean … great leopard cub action!!!

Thank you so much, Bob and Lucie.

Lovely to see these two young ladies playing, thanks Jess and Sean!!

It is always amazing to see these two.

Pretty spectacular video! I bet this sighting when it comes to leopard/cub interactions is going to be tough to top…
Thanks for posting. 😍

It definitely will be tough to beat this sighting. But we will live in hope.

This is the BEST drive highlight!!! So sweet 🙂 I’ve watched it several times already. Thank you!

Thank you so much, Anito. It was such an amazing sighting of the two young leoaprds.

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