Who says lions dislike water?

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

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When on our March trip, we once again took a lot of photos of the cubs playing at Chudob, including these of them playing in the water. This appears to be a normal activity for them. Maybe because there are no Crocks as shown in Mario's series with the impala in Kruger. Nice job Mario.

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Apr 10, 2012
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water cats
by: Anne

I have never seen lions in water before, but I think these cats love the water!

Apr 09, 2012
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Great action shots
by: Mario

You captured some nice action shots here Bob. Going out of season still produces great photo opportunities with the added benefit of having most of these sightings to yourself.

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