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#81 Tom Kellie

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Posted 25 May 2015 - 02:44 PM

I think that's Malaika, Tom....

 

~ @madaboutcheetah

 

I apologize for the tardy reply. Somehow I overlooked this thread.

 

Many thanks for confirming her identity.

 

I have maybe 200 other images, several of which may be of interest.

 

Over time, I'll find and post the better ones, mindful that you kindly identified her for me.

 

With Appreciation,

 

Tom K.


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Posted 26 March 2017 - 11:25 AM

Malaika and her two nearly adult cubs, up near Double Cross

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Malaika's daughter was seen near Entim Camp, attempting to hunt Tomis from very long distance and at and after sunset -- uncessfully

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Taken in the dark at ISO 102,400 - she had just failed to catch dinner while it ran away (ISO 72,408).

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