Within this week’s Virtual Safari we enjoy another incredible sighting of the Nhlanguleni Female and one of her cubs. For the entire time we were there we only ever saw one cub, which got us thinking about whether the other one is still alive. It is too early to panic as within a litter of cubs you can often have one that is a lot more nervous than the other and reluctant to come out of hiding with anything foreign nearby. Nonetheless, we thoroughly enjoy our time watching the mother and cub on some boulders.
We then spend some time with all four Ndzhenga Males as they spend the entire afternoon and evening roaring. This is the first time all four Ndzhenga Males have been together since they first arrived on Londolozi. Difficult to actually follow and keep track of which one is which in the dark, we absolutely loved every second of being surrounded by four male lions constantly calling.
Enjoy this Week’s Virtual Safari…
Initially skittish she spent a lot of time in the Sand River, now relaxed she makes up the majority of leopard viewing west of camp.
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Thank you so much, Suzanne. It was such a phenomenal sighting of the mother and her cub I just wished it could have carried on for longer. You definitely need to have the volume turned up for the Ndzhenga Males sighting.