The Brothers at Nossob

by Bob Shepardson
(DeBary, Fl. U.S.A.)

The brothers

The brothers

The brothers
Courting?
Young male getting a little agressive
They make up note second brother dosen't even get up

On our last trip we saw and were privileged to photograph what we believe were 76 different lions. Two of which were the "Brothers" The first time we photographed these two was with another good sized male and 4 females. The second time they were alone and roaring. (check out

Bobs Wildlife Photos
if you would like to hear the roars. It is the 4th video in the group labeled sounds of Africa. The other 3 are sound only no video. Hope you enjoy.

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Apr 28, 2016
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Nice pics and sounds
by: Jeff

we usually forget to video the sounds so it's great that you got them roaring in the grass!

Apr 28, 2016
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I like Mr Mohican!
by: mario

Nice to see the brotherly love!

Apr 27, 2016
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Answer to Jenny
by: Bob

The first time we saw them at Bedinkt, and the second time a little south of Kwang. Glad you liked them,

Bob

Apr 27, 2016
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Beautiful cats
by: Jenny

Oh what beautiful cats, great seeing them interacting. Where did you see these guys Bob?

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