Observations in the Genus: Panthera

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Leopard

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Location: Medike
Observed: 24th June 2015
Added: 25th August 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:5
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Big Tom

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Lions

ispot
By: Wynand Uys
Kruger2Canyons
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Location: Unnamed Road, Kruger Park
Observed: 5th August 2015
Added: 23rd August 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:4
Comments:0
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Three Cubs following Mom

Hobatere 2008lion cubs following mother
By: Colin Ralston
Garden Route Botanical Garden
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Location: Hobatere
Observed: 25th December 2008
Added: 16th August 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:3
Comments:0
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Photo Credits: Christine Ridge-Shnaufer

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Etosha Lion

Etosha 1 2008 lion Klein Namutoni
By: Colin Ralston
Garden Route Botanical Garden
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Location: Etosha
Observed: 1st January 2009
Added: 16th August 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:3
Comments:0
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Runaway cat

Wolfdrif leopard
By: peter slingsby
BirdLife South AfricaBotanical Society of South AfricaCedarberg ConservancyEntomological Society of Southern AfricaMountain Club of SA (Cape Town)Spider Club of South Africa
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Location: Wolfdrif, Agter-Pakhuis
Observed: 8th August 2015
Added: 14th August 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:2
Comments:2
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Having breakfast in Charite cottage at 9:15 am, saw a flock of small angry birds diving at something on the ridge across the river. Realised it was an animal flitting through the restio tussocks; for a few seconds it stepped out into the open and we saw all of it, spots and stripey tail ... but of course had no camera ready. It disappeared down the river in thick bush, pursued by the angry birds ... later we crossed the river and snapped the rather nice tracks it left behind.

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Lion Spoor

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By: 17calbbievans
Friends of Tokai Park
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Location: Wilderness Area, iMfolozi Game Reserve
Observed: 18th July 2015
Added: 13th August 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:2
Comments:0
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Old Pooh

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Location: St Lucia
Observed: 9th August 2015
Added: 10th August 2015
Identifications:2
Agreements:1
Comments:0
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Right next to the boardwalk. I know pretty much nothing about droppings, but I'm guessing it isn't a domestic dog cause it contained hair and bone fragments...
One longer piece and two separate rounder segments.

I've heard rumors that there used to be a leopard living in the bush by the Ski-Boat Club. Could it be??

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Lioness gives way to Elephant

Sharing waterhole east of Okakuejo (2)
By: Colin Ralston
Garden Route Botanical Garden
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Location: Etosha West
Observed: 23rd July 2015
Added: 9th August 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:4
Comments:0
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Photo Credits: Christine Ridge-Shnaufer

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Branded

lioness marked by branding  (1)
By: Colin Ralston
Garden Route Botanical Garden
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Location: Etosha West
Observed: 23rd July 2015
Added: 9th August 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:4
Comments:0
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Photo Credits: Christine Ridge-Shnaufer

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Brothers

Brothers of Okuakuejo pride (1)
By: Colin Ralston
Garden Route Botanical Garden
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Location: Etosha West
Observed: 24th July 2015
Added: 9th August 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:4
Comments:0
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Opuntia ficus-indica

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Lions ensuring the next generation

Lions mating Etosha west (1)
By: Colin Ralston
Garden Route Botanical Garden
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Location: Etosha West
Observed: 24th July 2015
Added: 9th August 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:4
Comments:1
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:Photo Credits: Christine Ridge-Shnaufer

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Focused Spots

Leopard Klein Namutoni (3)
By: Colin Ralston
Garden Route Botanical Garden
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Location: Etosha
Observed: 25th July 2015
Added: 8th August 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:5
Comments:0
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Photo Credits: Christine Ridge-Shnaufer

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Spots in the bush

Leopard Klein Namutoni (1)
By: Colin Ralston
Garden Route Botanical Garden
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Location: Etosha
Observed: 25th July 2015
Added: 8th August 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:8
Comments:0
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Photo Credits: Christine Ridge-Shnaufer

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Leopard had eaten springbok

Leopard Klein Namutoni (3)
By: Colin Ralston
Garden Route Botanical Garden
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Location: Etosha
Observed: 30th July 2015
Added: 8th August 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:4
Comments:1
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Photo Credits: Christine Ridge-Shnaufer

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Leopard spoor

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By: 17calbbievans
Friends of Tokai Park
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Location: Wilderness Area, iMfolozi Game Reserve
Observed: 18th July 2015
Added: 7th August 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:2
Comments:1
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The spoor of the female leopard we spotted from our camp.

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Leopard Kill

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By: 17calbbievans
Friends of Tokai Park
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Location: Wilderness Area, iMfolozi Game Reserve
Observed: 17th July 2015
Added: 1st August 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:3
Comments:0
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Spotted this old carcass while we were on a water break. Was very easy to miss.

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Distant Hunter, and a huge surprise!

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By: 17calbbievans
Friends of Tokai Park
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Location: Wilderness Area, iMfolozi Game Reserve
Observed: 18th July 2015
Added: 1st August 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:2
Comments:0
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Our Mandla spotted this leopard travelling down the riverbed 500 metres or so from the camp. It was a female hunting, looking for cane rats and sights to ambush impala from. Also she was some distance away, it was a still a huge thrill and an incredible privilege

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The Remaining Watchmen

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By: 17calbbievans
Friends of Tokai Park
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Location: Wilderness Area, iMfolozi Game Reserve
Observed: 18th July 2015
Added: 1st August 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:5
Comments:0
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The sixth lion, the golden maned male, stayed behind and watched us from the bank as we gathered water from the riverbed before moving away into the bushes

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Hidden in the Reeds

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By: 17calbbievans
Friends of Tokai Park
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Location: Wilderness Area, iMfolozi Game Reserve
Observed: 18th July 2015
Added: 1st August 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:3
Comments:0
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This preluded the main sighting, with us hiding in the reeds twenty metres from the resting pride without them being aware of our presence

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The Pride of the White iMfolozi, in retreat

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By: 17calbbievans
Friends of Tokai Park
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Location: Wilderness Area, iMfolozi Game Reserve
Observed: 18th July 2015
Added: 1st August 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:4
Comments:1
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i think our adrenalin levels were at our highest at this sighting. but instead of charging us, the five lions in riverbed made their way briskely to the reeds, the mother and her two cubs leading the way, and the male and his mate bringing up the rear. That lioness was either pregnant (unlikely, seeing as the pair were mating at one poiint) or had eaten heavily.

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We are watched

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By: 17calbbievans
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Location: Wilderness Area, iMfolozi Game Reserve
Observed: 18th July 2015
Added: 30th July 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:7
Comments:0
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This male lion watched us from the bank of the White iMfolozi while the rest of the pride rested in the riverbed. Hide behind a bush to try and elude us.
Two of the big five in one image. Impressive by my standards.
Was an incredible privilege to see this lion

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Old Lion Scat

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By: 17calbbievans
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Location: Wilderness Area, iMfolozi Game Reserve
Observed: 16th July 2015
Added: 22nd July 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:2
Comments:2
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Contained hair from a young bufalo

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Big Boy

Etosha (278)
By: Colin Ralston
Garden Route Botanical Garden
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Location: Etosha
Observed: 13th May 2015
Added: 16th July 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:7
Comments:4
Description:

Photo credits: Christine Ridge-Schnaufer

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Bushmeat?

Etosha (253)
By: Colin Ralston
Garden Route Botanical Garden
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Location: Etosha
Observed: 13th May 2015
Added: 16th July 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:5
Comments:0
Description:

Photo credits: Christine Ridge-Schnaufer

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Two in the bushes

Etosha (579)
By: Colin Ralston
Garden Route Botanical Garden
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Location: Etosha
Observed: 14th May 2015
Added: 14th July 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:5
Comments:0
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Photo Credit: Christine Ridge-Schanufer

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Etosha Pride

Etosha (889)
By: Colin Ralston
Garden Route Botanical Garden
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Location: Etosha
Observed: 15th May 2015
Added: 14th July 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:5
Comments:0
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Photo Credit: Christine Ridge Schnaufer
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Porked Lioness

Etosha (876)
By: Colin Ralston
Garden Route Botanical Garden
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Location: Etosha
Observed: 15th May 2015
Added: 14th July 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:7
Comments:4
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Photo Credit: Christine Ridge Schnaufer, who reports a desire to reach out to the lioness and remove the offending quill. Aware of the potential of getting a posthumous Darwin Award, she and the rest of the family resisted the temptation..

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Small Rocky Spotty Family

Ai Aiba (154)
By: Colin Ralston
Garden Route Botanical Garden
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Location: Ai Aiba
Observed: 23rd May 2015
Added: 12th July 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:7
Comments:0
Description:

Photo Credit: Christine Ridge-Schnaufer

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Gluttony!

Gluttony
By: Cassine
South African National Biodiversity Institute
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Location: H4-1, Kruger National Park
Observed: 10th June 2015
Added: 5th July 2015
Identifications:1
Agreements:8
Comments:1
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It's my bone!

Young Lion kill (4)
By: Evanne Rothwell
Friends of Silvermine Nature Area
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Location: Royal Hlane Game Park
Observed: 28th May 2015
Added: 2nd July 2015
Identifications:2
Agreements:6
Comments:0
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A young lion was telling the young lioness, very loudly whose bone it was.

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