Real Cubs

by Kevin
(JOhannesburg)




Hi Mario we spent a few days at Croc Bridge from the 21st to the 3rd May. While we were there a large pride of 26 odd lions set up camp about 12 km from Lower Sabie. We heard that a female had some very small cubs and set off early morning to find then.

At the end of Gomondwana Loop near the Rhino dams we found them. I could not believe how small they were. Here are two shots I took. I could not get a really good shot with them walking with their mother as mom tended to walk quite a bit in front of them. Hope you like the Pics.

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Jun 06, 2011
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Great sighting
by: Jenny

Hi Kevin, thanks for sharing you cub pictures with us, I love the first pic were he stopped and looked at you so that you could take a picture. Well done in getting the shot.

May 28, 2011
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What cute cubs!
by: Gail

You always wonder if they will reach adulthood as their mortality rate is so high.

May 19, 2011
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Great pics Kevin!
by: Mario

Photographing lion cubs in the open is quite an achievement Kevin. Most people see the cubs in thick bush or grass in the Kruger so well done in getting them in the road.

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