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Maliliwane (Kwatile) female reassures her young female cub Photo by Gerard Cappello.

20 Likes, 1 Comments - Londolozi Game Reserve (@londolozi) on Instagram: “Yesterday we posted a picture of the two Tatowa cubs that had not been seen for over a month. Visit…”

20 Likes, 1 Comments - Londolozi Game Reserve (@londolozi) on Instagram: “Yesterday we posted a picture of the two Tatowa cubs that had not been seen for over a month. Visit…”

Karula,  what are you thinking,  screenshot from safari live,  2.01.16

Karula, what are you thinking, screenshot from safari live, 2.01.16

Xivambalana by a patch of water, 2011--and notice his "cheerio" tail curl. Djuma Private Game Reserve, Screen Capture by Ann M. Del Tredici.

Xivambalana by a patch of water, notice his "cheerio" tail curl. Djuma Private Game Reserve, Screen Capture by Ann M.

Karula and her cubs - Cheetah Plains Private Game Reserve

Karula and her cubs - Cheetah Plains Private Game Reserve

Sindile, male leopard cub, son of Shadow, Djuma Private Game Reserve, South Africa. Screenshot by Saara Hups, August 10, 2015

Sindile, male leopard cub, son of Shadow, Djuma Private Game Reserve, South Africa. Screenshot by Saara Hups, August 10, 2015

Alistair Smith (@astismith) on Instagram: “A young female leopard photographed at Londolozi Private Game Reserve, Sabi Sands - South Africa .…”

Alistair Smith (@astismith) on Instagram: “A young female leopard photographed at Londolozi Private Game Reserve, Sabi Sands - South Africa .…”

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Pula - a leopard in the Moremi Game Reserve in Botswana. Not only a beautiful name for this leopard, Pula also means rain.

4 Likes, 1 Comments - Lion Sands Game Reserve (@lionsandsgamereserve) on Instagram: “A leopard's distinctive black spots creating a beautiful pattern against its golden fur are called…”

4 Likes, 1 Comments - Lion Sands Game Reserve (@lionsandsgamereserve) on Instagram: “A leopard's distinctive black spots creating a beautiful pattern against its golden fur are called…”

A Long Wait | Londolozi Blog

There are certain iconic pictures that every guide at Londolozi would like to have the opportunity to take at some stage during their time here.

Six Leopards & 15 Lions in one drive - At Close Quarters

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