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Nhlanguleni 3:2 Female

Nhlanguleni 3:2 Female

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Kirst Joscelyne


At less than a year old, Kirst went to her family’s hut in the Greater Kruger National Park, and has been fortunate enough to continue to go there ever since. Sharing a passion for the bush with her family, led to countless trips ...

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on An Update On The Senegal Bush Male

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Senior Digital Ranger

I’ve watched the Senegal Bush Male grow into a Beautiful Leopard. Enjoyed seeing him and his brother as cubs.

Thanks for the update, Kirst. Is he running into territorial issues in the north with the Flat Rock male?

Senegal Bush Male (Kunyuma) is carrying on the amazing legacy of his mother Karula! And he and his littermate Quarantine are the last surviving offspring of Karula, so he needs to father more cubbies!

Kirst, thanks for sharing this update on the Senegal Bush Male. He is an impressive leopard.

How old is he now? He certainly is very distinguishable with his ‘eyeliner’ and battered ears 🙂 The last shot by Stoff is SO great!

He undoubtedly is the king! At his age he looks so strong and powerful, at his peak. He must have a great and long-term experience with buffaloes to risk so much. Have you heard or seen the Inyathini male?

Kirst some stunning fotos of the Senegal bush male. He is my favorite male leopard and I am extatic that he and the Nhlanguleni female were mating. That means for cubs for us to see. Ntomi male is so gorgeous and he is my second favorite male leopard.

The Senegal male will always be Kunyuma to me. Watched him as a very small cub along with Quarentine Male. Karula was one of the favorite leopards and mom to these two. Love seeing pictures of him!

Senior Digital Ranger

Senagal has been one of my favorites. Dominating!❤️❤️❤️

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Super photos, for many visitors Africa this is what they dream of

Terrific update on this beast of a leopard, with his eyes lined in black and war-torn ears! I’m sorry I missed him this trip but I felt his spirit as we searched for him in the thicket. Loved your accompanying images… guess we’ll have to wait and see if Nhlanguleni has another litter by him.

A good old friend, this male.

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