In this week’s endeavours, we find the Ximungwe Young Male early one morning as we leave camp and spend some time with him as he roams around the Londolozi airstrip and plonks himself down beneath the windsock. What an amazing welcome party to arrive at Londolozi to.
For the second part of the video, we go back to a sighting from April that we never had a chance to put out until now where we find a new pride of lions. Initially, we were unsure of who they were but soon work out that it must be the Talamati Pride. As we find them it looked as though they were hunting, but the prey must have moved off.
Shortly after that, we hear a few zebra in the distance which also catches the lion’s attention who get up and start walking in their direction. Within minutes the lions have caught and are fighting over a young zebra revealing to us the raw nature and ferocity of a pride of lions.
Enjoy this week’s Virtual Safari…
A single cub of the Ximungwe Female's second litter. Initially rather skittish but is very relaxed now. Birth mark in his left eye.
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