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Kate Arthur

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After a few years of working in the world of economic consulting, Kate’s love of adventure, wilderness and sense of curiosity led her to move away from the city and join the Londolozi guiding team. It was amidst her years of studying politics, ...

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on Update on the Ximungwe Female and Her Latest Litter of Cubs

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Thanks for the update Kate. Hope we get a view of the new cubs soon. I am sure we will.

Thanks William! Stay tuned!

How exciting Kate! Looking forward to hearing more about this new family!

Thanks Francesca!

Thank you Kate, how exciting! Who is the likely father?
Is this area anywhere near where Ntomi has been recently seen?

Hi Suzanne – we believe the father is likely the Maxims Male. The Ntomi Male has been seen more in the central western parts of Londolozi recently, a little away from where we see Ximungwe is keeping these cubs.

It’s always exciting to hear about new leopard cubs.
I am looking forward to an update of the Ximungwe Female and her new litter.

Thanks Christa! It is always a very exciting time for us and the team!

Hi Kate, thanks for the update on the Ximungwe female and the two cubs. She is such a stunning female leopard and I cannot wait to see cubs. Hopefully they will remain safe until we can see them and grow into two gorgeous leopards.

Thanks Valmai. Stay tuned!

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Love the photo at the start, lovely use of the golden hour , focus hold on the lens and the use of thirds

Thanks Ian.

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