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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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Thanks for sharing this amazing footage. Always enjoyable to see the next line of cubs arrive, and show up for us to enjoy. Really nice to see, the leopards doing so well. I’ll be following this little ones progress in anticipation.

Thank you so much, Jos. It is always enjoyable to see the next line of cubs.

What a lovely video. You are all so lucky to be able to see this in real-time. I do hope Ndzanzeni can see her cub through to independence. Well done Sean.

We really are fortunate to be able to see this in real time. There are few things better than spending time with a mother leopard and her playful cub.

Marvelous video…so fun watching the cub and mother. Well done

Thank you so much, Karen. It was such an amazing time.

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Sean..again, outstanding stuff…certainly including the excellent camera work. Blessed that you were able to spend that much time with her and as close. Keep up the good your game drive videos. Off to TZ Tuesday…hope to see leopards in Serengeti, NDUTU, etc,

Thank you so much, Jim. It was such a special time being able to sit there and spend time with the two of them. Travel safely and enjoy your time in TZ, hope to see you here some time soon.

The most magical video! I completely lost myself in it. So touching to see the mum playing with the branch and the cub… I do hope it will survive!

Thank you so much, Francesca. It was such an amazing time with the two of them.

Sean, this is the best video of a mother leopard and her cub I have ever seen. Londolozi is surely the best place in the world to view leopards in the wild. Please keep us up to date on the Ndzanaeni female and her cub.

I am so glad you enjoyed it. It was such a special morning.

I was thrilled to bits to see the images on this week’s TWIP of Ndzanzeni and her cub, but to watch them on video….amazing! So thank you Sean for 10 minutes of pure joy. How wonderful it would be if she could bring this cub to independence for the 1st time since Tortoise Pan in 2016.

Thank you so much, Suzanne. It really was such a special time.

Beyond awesome!❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Thank you so much, Kay.

Omigosh omigosh! How amazing! Epic sighting…lighting…everything! Also don’t think I’ve ever seen an adult leopard play like that before (with the stick). Do you think she just had the one cub? Is that unusual if so?

Thank you so much, Anita. It was an incredible sighting. I think there could have been another cub that could have died early on, but also it isn’t completely out of the question that there was just one cub. It can and does happen.

This is the best news ever Sean, viewing the tiny cub is absolutely the best footage. The cub is not
very scared of your vehicle. Loved to see Mom clean the cub and call the cub onto the boulders.
So very precious.

Thank you so much, Valmai. It was such a special morning with the two of them.

Sean, this was one of the best videos I’ve viewed so far this year! Leopard cubs are the cutest in my humble opinion and this little one certainly seems to be rather fearless and inquisitive. Now that the den has been found, I’m sure there will be many more photos to come. Thanks for my Sunday safari!!

Thank you so much, Denise. Leopard cubs are the cutest indeed. I am glad you loved this video.

Sean, since I visited Londolozi in 2010, I have followed the blogs. As a committed conversationist/ photographer, I have admired your approach and professionalism. I share my images in slide shows in schools and community organizations. I live in Hawaii and look forward to sharing my Sunday mornings with your refreshing videos. Todays 10 week old leopard cub and it mother was fantastic – best yet. Aloha, Tom Ocasek,

Thank you so much, Tom. I am so glad you loved the video and still keep sharing your images in your slide shows.

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What a great Find!!! Thanks Sean!!! Epic!!

Thank you so much, Ann.

What a pleasure it is to see this cute little cub and its mom. I hope that we will see a lot more of it in the next months.
Thanks for the great video, Sean.

It really was a pleasure. Thank you so much, Christa.

Sean, Wow! What a fantastic sighting! We are amazed at how relaxed the cub was with you! It kept looking right at you. Plus, the tiny growls were so cute! Thanks!

Thank you so much, Michael and Terri. I was also so amazed at how relaxed the cub was.

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Just the cutest ever! So hope the Ndzanzeni female can raise this cub to maturity. She looks like the perfect mother. Heartbreaking to know she has lost so many others. This den looks good and protected… wishing the two of them all the best! Thank you for a great video…

Thank you so much, Barbi. It is sad to know how many other litters of cubs she has had and lost. It is a really challenging world for a mother leopard.

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Outstanding video. The cub is so cute. How unusual is it for a female to give birth to only one cub?

Thank you so much, Paul. It is slightly unusual but not completely unheard of. On average they give birth to 2-3 cubs.

Senior Digital Ranger

Such outstanding footage Sean and a privilege to share. Thank you. Another new addition to Londolozi’s beautiful Leopards.

Thank you so much, Jennifer. It was such an amazing sighting.

This was so much fun to watch Sean, thank you for always sharing these wonderful footages of the new life arriving in Londolozi. Love those Baby Blue Eyes!

This video is so special and so emotional…..what an enormous privilege to be able to witness such a normally secret moment with a leopardess and her babies!

I love this leopard SOOO much!!!

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