We have some incredibly exciting news, the Ndzanzeni Female has a new litter of cubs. She was found not too long ago with clear suckle marks and a prominent milk pouch. But due to her territory being a fair distance from camp, it would require some determination to get down there and find her and hopefully follow her back to a den.
That is exactly what happened when Pat and Dorence were exploring the southern parts of the reserve a few days ago.
So now that we had found the den, we spent a morning there and boy were we not disappointed, so here is a cracking 11 minutes of leopard cub viewing. Sit back and enjoy.
Enjoy this Virtual Safari…
This female is a success story all in herself, being born as a single cub to the Riverbank 3:3 female in early 2012.
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Thank you so much, Jos. It is always enjoyable to see the next line of cubs.