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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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Congratulations on 1M YouTube subscribers – a well deserved accolade for a channel that brings so much joy to all those who subscribe to it around the world, thank you to all at Londolozi for keeping us connected to all the stories. We had the privilege of spending a couple of glorious hours in the presence of the Ntomi Malden this past December – a truly magnificent and beautiful leopard. We hope to see him again when we are back later this year.

Thank you so much, Simon. We love sharing this amazing piece of wilderness with everyone so it is only our pleasure. The Ntomi Male is one of the most striking leopards out here. I hope you are able to see him when you return.

Congratulations Londolozi on reaching one million subscribers through you tube! By the way, great video of the two male leopards.

Thanks so much, William.

Wow what an amazing virtual safari today! Your capture of the African Hawk Eagle with his rabbit carcass was stunning. Equally amazing was seeing both the Ntomi and Kangela males in the same tree, along with the remains of an impala carcass. That brings to mind many questions, but the bush will hold on to its secrets as to how that liaison unfolded.
But most of all, CONGRATULATIONS on your You Tube one million Subscribers award. I look forward to my armchair safari every Sunday and I know how much time and effort it takes to produce this video – it does take a village so thanks to those who works behind the scenes.

Thank you so much, Denise. The view of the Hawk Eagle was great yet unusual to be able to spend that much time with it. Yes, the bush will hold on to many of its secrets and that is the best part about being out here.
Thank you, it does take a village and I certainly have the best village behind me.

Congratulations to all involved with the prestigious one million subscribers trophy. It really is absolutely astounding for Londolozi and all involved. The two male leopards are beautiful and off course my favorite young leopard is the Ntomi male. His coat is a golden colour and is so beautiful. I don’t know the other male, but he looks evenly gorgeous. Very glad they did not fight over the carcass. Well done Londolozi and team.

Thank you so much, Valmai. We are over the moon to have reached 1 million subscribers, but now can focus on the next goal. The Ntomi Male is stunning and thankfully they did not fight.

Congratulations on 1M viewers! Since my visit there last June, I watch your posts daily. It has so much more context for me based on my personal experience there. Thank you for the continuing window into your world. It keeps the experience alive!

Thank you so much, Dan. I am so glad you have been able to stay engaged and get a little daily dose of this wilderness. It is just a small bit that we can do here to keep the world connected to the African wilderness.

Congratulation on reaching this you tube milestone.
More important, however, is this wonderful video of the hawk eagle – such a beautiful bird – and the two leopards in the tree. It is really a nice surprise that they seem to be quite happy with each other or at least that they don’t seem to mind each other on the same tree and prey.

Thank you, Christa. The Hawk Eagle is such an impressive bird so to have a view like we did was spectacular. Then having two leopards in one tree was unusual and thankfully they were amicable.

Congrats! So glad so many are watching your incredible sightings and contributions to wildlife preservation! Absolutely love that handsome Ntomi male and happy that he got to ‘celebrate’ with you! Also curious how you punctured your hand?!

Thanks so much, Anita. The Ntomi Male is such a handsome leopard.
I wish the story had more to it, or that I could tell some tale about something more exciting, but in truth I fell while playing soccer in the village here.

🤣well good for you for getting out there! Glad it’s mearly a flesh wound 😋

Hi, congratulations for the successful channel, about the two stunning guys here, as they lack a territory on their own ,there’s a lot of competition and they are young, so perhaps they joined their forces at least for now. If leopards ever got united, they’d have formidable chances in hunting, protecting their territory and mating….

Thank you so much, Francesca. If only leopards were more social they would truly be formidable.

Congratulations on 1M subscribers! Literally yesterday we were at The Mint Museum in Charlotte, NC, USA (where we live) for an exhibit of various high profile trophies that are made at a local Charlotte company. The YouTube trophies are part of their collection. I didn’t even know they existed until yesterday, and now you have received one! That was a lovely synchronicity. 🏆

Glad these two leopards were able to coexist peacefully without conflict. That’s always welcome news.

Thank you so much, Chelsea. Such a coincidence.

Wonderful! Well done – to ALL of you!
Don’t ever stop!
We need our daily fix in the U.K – too far away!

Thank you so much. We don’t plan on stopping anytime soon and will keep it coming to you all out there.

Terrific Virtual Safari Sean, and bravo to you and the brilliant Londolozi Team on the 1M You Tube subscribers accomplishment. Well done and kudos to all!

Thank you so much, Paul.

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