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Ntomi 3:3 Male

Ntomi 3:3 Male

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Plaque Rock 3:3 Female

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Ngungwe 3:3 Female

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Dan Hirschowitz


Dan developed his love for the African bush whilst growing up on a family run farm in the Kwa-Zulu Natal midlands. Growing up in the bushveld he was surrounded by wildlife and finds his passion in what nature has to offer. After completing ...

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Lovely pics as always. My favourite one is the one of the Ngungwe female on the Jackalberry. Has the Plaque Rock female lost her triplets?

Thanks for sharing all these amazing photos, Dan. I love all of them. Maybe the three kudus in that fantastic light is one of my favorites.
The one of the three Ntsevu males crossing the river is a situation I would have loved to witness. Maybe next time…

Hi Dan, wonderful to see so many leopards this week. Loved the little wildebeest calf. So very precious and beautiful. Plague rock female is a gorgeous leopardess and my favorite young male leopard Ntomi male is going to be one stunning leopard.

Dan, my favorite this week is the plaque rock remake laying on the termite mound. She has a wonderful expression on her face, thanks for sharing.

Some beautiful shots of the Plaque Rock female though no mention/sight of her 3 cubs. Any update?

Wow! The three kudu bulls are spectacular!

Fantastic photos this week Dan, especially those of Plaque Rock and Ngungwe. The latter resembles her mother so much that were it not for the fact she looks a bit younger, I’d think it was Piccadilly!

So happy to see the Ntomi male…been a bit! Love the all the ellies at the waterhole and the wild dog pups. The Ngungwe female looks super small…is she smaller than average? Great week! Thank you!

Awesome TWIP Dan! I loved them all, but the cheetah with the subdued background takes it for me this week!

There is something so calming about a beautiful leopard in a tree–and this week there were three! Such a site to behold.

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Super, my favourite email of the week.

Same very high standard as always

Best wishes


Thanks Dan for a great TWIP. I’m also curious about Plaque Rock’s cubs. And while it’s lovely to see Ntomi I’m surprised he’s still around.

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