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Sean Zeederberg

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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 Meet the Newest Members of the Ntsevu Pride- Virtual Safari #197

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Hi Sea, thanks for this wonderful video of the cubs and their mum. They are indeed mega, super cute! And wants to watch them all day long, so playful and full of energy. The Ntsevu Prime is really doing very well with so many new cubs.

They really are cute and so it was fantastic spending time with them all. The Ntsevu Pride is doing well.

Fantastic video Sean, thank you for sharing. The cubs are certainly entertaining.

You are welcome, William.

Lovely video Sean, thanks. I was lucky enough to see these 3 cubs last month. One of them was really scratching their fur, Alfie thought it had mange?

Thank you so much, Suzanne. Yes, I think so too.

Sean, This is a classic. What a special scene! We are sharing the video with all our grandchildren – who we plan to bring to Londolozi soon!

I hope the grandchildren enjoy the video too.

Hi, a joyful trio of cubs! It’s a fantastic view, a bundle of happiness and light. As the new leopard and cheetah cubs are tree as well, I do hope it brings luck to all of them! Thank you

Thank you, Francesca. Lets hope that they all manage to survive.

Hi Sean, that is absolutely astounding to see these 3 adorable little cubs. Playing with each other, and one seems to be more at ease near mom, probably the smallest little one. But they are so cute and let’s hope they all make it to adulthood, and stay on Londolozi ground for us to see them more often.

These little cubs are so cute.

Thanks Sean for this Sunday morning video full of cub cuteness. Due to the lions’ nature of being more visible, especially with Pride members nearby, it seems that once cubs are more mobile, filming/photographing them is easier than with leopards. If a first time mother, she’s quite patient with these little ones. Hopefully they will continue to thrive.

Yes, filming lions once they are out of the initial den is certainly a lot easier than filming leopard cubs of the same age.

Wow, such cute cubs, and the lioness looks absolutely regal!!! Thanks Sean!!

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