by Stuart Wood
(Bedfordview SA)

Siamese twins?

Siamese twins?

During a visit to Etosha in Oct, Jacqui and I saw a small pride of lions moving backwards and forwards between Salvadora and Charitsaub over the three days we were at Halali. When reviewing my photos we thought we had captured Siamese twins, but turns out they were just good friends.

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Oct 22, 2012
Salvadora Pride
by: Jennifer

Thanks Stuart and Jacqui for sharing your story and pics with us, it looks like the Salvadora pride are entertaining all our friends these
days - glad you had the opportunity to see and photograph them.

Oct 19, 2012
Welcome back!
by: Mario

Hi Stuart, are you and Jacqui back already? Looks like you had an enjoyable safari with with some good photos! Our friends Bob & Sherry from the USA and Kathryn & Mark from the UK were also in Etosha photographing these same lions at Salvadora-Charitsaub - seems like we were the odd ones out sitting here in the concrete jungle!

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