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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 Up Close And Personal With The Ntsevu Cubs- Virtual Safari #163

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Wow beautiful lion cub video.

Thank you so much, Mark.

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Absolutely, awesome sighting and video, Sean! I’m looking forward to more videos of these adorable cubs (please, pretty please)! Hopefully in 91 days, I will get to experience them. 😻

Thank you so much, Ann. Hopefully, the cubs are around when you visit.

I am deeply moved by these idyllic images… they trust you and act in a very natural way, are at ease, as if they were your housecat with kittens… the soft and innocent look. Londolozi should be taken as a model of conservation even outside Africa, in regions where people find impossible to co-exist with large predators. Kudos

It is amazing to see how relaxed they are. Londolozi is indeed a fantastic model for conservation and is being used in a number of different places around the world.

Sean that was a an awesome sighting of those two cubs suckling. Mommy and the cubs are very relaxed which is so good to see. I hope to see the 3 new cubs soon.

We are hoping that we get to find them again and see the smallest cubs.

Sean, fantastic video of the lioness’s and their cubs.

Thank you so much, William.

Sean, What a fantastic virtual safari! It was wonderful to see the mother and the cubs! Thank you for sharing!

Thank you so much, Ann. Seeing lion cubs is always special.

love the milk coma look 🙂 fabulous sighting!

They both ended up in a milk coma at the end, didn’t they?

WOW!! Incredible sighting and footage Sean.

Thank you so much, Paul.

Sean, this is truly one of your greatest videos ever! Beautifully shot, and it was really nice that you allowed us that quiet time to see the Cubs and their mom. Bravo!

Thank you so much, Michael and Terri. It was an amazing sighting and one that deserved a bit of quiet time.

It doesn’t get a whole lot better on safari than tiny lion cubbies peacefully suckling and playing……just so heart melting….

Thank you so much, Lisa.

Such lovely pictures of these lions.

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