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Nhlanguleni 3:2 Female

Nhlanguleni 3:2 Female

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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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Just love the aerial view! So stunning!

Thank you so much, Gawie. It was such a spectacular view.

Great video clips of this beautiful leopardess, Sean. The view from above when she crosses the river and then vanishes into the bushes is just amazing.
Sometimes I wonder if by staying at home and just watching these videos one doesn’t see more than at Londolozi itself?

Thank you so much, Christa. It was such a magnificent view. I think you will definitely see more if you are here in person. At home you will only see the short highlights package of a handful of sightings.

Awesome footage – I loved seeing her and her shadow from above that was quite fun 😊thanks

Thank you so much, Kara. The shadow from above was so awesome.

A nice drive Sean. The leopards really are beautiful cats. Thanks for sharing.

Thank you so much, Leonie. I agree leopards are such stunning creatures.

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That was a spectacular and powerful set of clips of her! The shadow piece was exceptional. Master editing. Wow. Loved this! 🙏🏿

Thank you so much, Johanna. It was such a fantastic scene.

Fantastic video Sean, thank you for sharing.

Thank you so much, William.

Hi Sean, the Nhlanguleni female is a huge leopard. Just looking at her paws and the brutal strength of hoisting the impala in the tree. Beautiful to see her carring her cub in her mouth. Stunning leopardess.

She is a stunning leopard.

This image of this enigmatic creature makes me think of the movie “the Snow Panther ” and the importance of beautiful images conveying the deepest message of connection between the inner human and nature. Leopards, like snow panthers, are difficult to be found. They choose to reveal to ourselves, because animals always keep an eye on us while we are unaware. Magic.

It was so amazing to see her moving through like this. I am sure it is so much more difficult to find snow leopards.

This is such a wonderful video, following along with the Nhlanguleni female as she makes her way throughout her territory, but the ending is the best! The drone footage of her larger than life shadow as she moves among the boulders is fantastic! She is looking strong and just maybe, she will give birth to another set of cubs, and be fortunate enough this time to raise them, or one to adulthood.

Thank you so much, Denise. It was such a stunning sighting of her and we are also hoping that she is pregnant and will be a little more successful with the next litter.

Sean, That video of the Nhlanguleni Female is amazing! It took a minute to realize it was the shadow of the leopard we were seeing! How did you do that???

Thank you so much, Michael and Terri. It was such an amazing scene.

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