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Lioness being chased......
Kenyan, Masai, Porini Camps Game Drive Drama

October 15th 2018
The Lion Hunt The light started to wane as we meandered through the Acacia Thorn bushed trail at about 5 kilometers an hour, hoping to spot one last time, before the dimming light made it impossible, one of the big five from our perches that we were seated in the back of the canopied Land Rover. Our driver Michael, and our spotter Eric, two Masai warriors had their eyes glued to the task at hand. ... read more
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Kenyan Flag Founding president and liberation struggle icon Jomo KENYATTA led Kenya from independence until his death in 1978, when President Daniel Toroitich arap MOI took power in a constitutional succession. The country was a de facto one-party state from 196... ... read more
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24th October 2018

The circle of life
What an invigorating and exciting morning you have had. I am breathless in the read. Makes one reflect what could have been if the rogue lions had killed a lion cub or two or if that could have been more likely if there was not an eland carcass in the vicinity. Did you ever find out where the two male ions from the pride may have been while the three lionesses had to fight off the three rogue lions? Great blog of life on the savanna.
24th October 2018

The circle of Life
Hi Dave. Thanks for your comments. Good question and the answer is no. It was speculated that when the Lions returned they would go after the rogues, but we couldn't find them through more game drives the following days. Each day was like an eternity. I was blessed. Glad you enjoyed the blog though al tad longish but wanted to capture the moments.

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