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Senegal Bush 3:3 Male

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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 Two Hour Territorial Patrol With The Senegal Bush Male- Virtual Safari #170

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I wish he gets older and even beats the mythical Inhiatyni male! Great video of a great leopard

Thank you so much, Francesca. He is a great leopard.

Great, to see this old acquaintance again. His territorial call is really impressive.
I would love to follow and watch such a leopard for a whole afternoon and evening.

It is something awesome to do, sitting with a male leopard all afternoon.

What fantastic footage of the Senegal Bush male this week. He truly is a magnificent leopard and a Londolozi legend for many of us. Since my first sighting I’ve been in awe of his size and strength. Additionally, was that a go pro you placed next to the road? Fantastic angle of him walking!! Thank you!

Thank you so much, Denise. It was an awesome sighting of him. Yes, it was a gopro.

amazing how little he cares you stalking him (ha)!! also amazing he totally ignored the camera…thought for sure he’d at least nudge it over…well spent couple hours!

He couldn’t be bothered by our presence which made for a few perfect opportunities to get him walking right passed the vehicle and him then totally ignoring the gopro.

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So enjoy seeing pictures or post of the Senegal Bush Male. I’ve watched him and his brother grow up thru pictures and posts.

I am glad you enjoyed this video it was an afternoon well spent.

Hi Sean, the Senegal bush male is also getting old but he is still a stunning leopard. Love it when he calls so loud letting everyone know that it is his territory. His paws are huge and as he walks the front paws that move forward are fascinating to watch.

He is still a stunning leopard indeed.

Patrolling your territory is hard work. The Senegal Bush Male seem to be doing it well and keeping himself in prime condition. Thanks for the intimate video of him.

It can be some hard work patrolling the territory.

Fantastic video Sean! We loved the GoPro segment. Your videos get better and better! Can’t wait to be back in August!

Thank you so much, Michael. It has been fun experimenting with the GoPro.

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