The Lion Pride takeover part 2

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

Large nomad lion approaches

Large nomad lion approaches

Large nomad lion approaches
The group watches
The young male lions leave
The older lioness stands her ground

As the nomads got within about 200 meters of the young group. (one of the females isn't so young maybe the young males are hers??)they split up in a line about 50 meters apart. They then started to advance on the group.


Slide 1 shows one of the nomads moving forward.

Slide 2 shows the group watching them

slide 3 shows the young males and one of the females heading for the hills.

Slie 4 shows the older female standing her ground. Not the brightest thing as she has no backup.

More slides tomorrow.

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Oct 18, 2012
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Lovely pics
by: Anne

and looking forward to the action!

Oct 17, 2012
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More please
by: Jenny

So there is more! I can not wait, the suspense is killing me....

Oct 17, 2012
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The story is hotting up!
by: Brad

This is much better than watching the soapies!

Oct 17, 2012
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Super images
by: Trevor

Yes, I also like the lack of bush - it's nice to see white backgrounds instad of the 'standard' safari green or brown!

Oct 17, 2012
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Great pics and story!
by: Doug

What struck me is the lack of grass and bushes - what a nice change to the bushy Kruger!

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