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Our first incredible sunset of our roadtrip in the southern hemisphere. The vibe in Cape Town felt like home next to the sea and the mountains.
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MALAMALA TODAY: December 9th-12th. 13 sightings of lions: Over the last few days we’ve started to question whether or not too many cubs can be too much to handle. Let’s take an example from 2 days ago when 4 of the Kambula lionesses, a Gowrie male and 11 of the cubs were resting to the west of Styx Rocks. When it was time to get going the adults upped and left with the cubs following behind... all except 2, from the youngest litter. They hesitated and then stayed put as the other lions walked away. With so many cubs it’s easy lose track and indeed the 2 youngsters’ absence went undetected. We’ll have to wait and see if the lionesses noticed and went back to retrieve them. The Styx pride were viewed twice in the north and the Eyrefield pride were seen in the south. The Kambula pride and the Gowrie males accounted for the remaining sightings. 17 leopards: The Island female and her 2 cubs were viewed on 2 of the days - they narrowly escaped an attack from a Kambula lioness. The Piccadilly female and her cub killed a young impala near Sable Camp. The Emsagweni female and her 2 cubs were near Pat’s Drift, also with an impala kill. The Lookout female and her cub were in eastern parts of the Hogvaal Donga. The Senegal Bush male was south of Sable Camp. The Flat Rock male was at Matumi Rocks. The Three Rivers female was north of Rattray’s Camp. The Split Rock male and the Flockfield female were seen separately but both were along the Tjellehanga River. Other: Cape hunting dogs were viewed everyday as were elephants and buffalo. Photo by guest @jillannvogt#malamalagamereserve#itsallaboutthewildlife#safari#bucketlist#meetsouthafrica#southafrica#nature#wildlife#photosafari#luxurysafari#africansafari#travel#explore#wildlifephotography#kambulapride
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