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Lioness Yawn (Panthera Leo), Katavi National Park, Tanzania
A lioness of the Chada pride yawns while she cleans up after a gory meal of hippo. Close proximity allows easy identification of individuals from plotting the whisker spots, which are as individual as human fingerprints.
Lioness Sleeping On Tree (Panthera Leo), Ishasha Sector, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda
The lions of the Ishasha area in southern sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park are unique for their regular tree climbing and no one is sure if it is for cooling in the breeze escaping biting insects at ground level or safety from the areas aggressive elephant
Lioness Resting On Tree (Panthera Leo), Ishasha Sector, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda
The lions of the Ishasha area in southern sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park are unique for their regular tree climbing and no one is sure if it is for cooling in the breeze escaping biting insects at ground level or safety from the areas aggressive elephant
Lioness Sleeping On Tree (Panthera Leo), Ishasha Sector, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda
The lions of the Ishasha area in southern sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park are unique for their regular tree climbing and no one is sure if it is for cooling in the breeze escaping biting insects at ground level or safety from the areas aggressive elephant
Lions (Panthera Leo), Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda
Researchers have been able to gain a great deal of information from the use of radio tracking collars and have a much better idea on the movements of individuals using this technology to aid their research
Lions Mating (Panthera Leo), Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda
When a female comes into estrus the dominant male in the pride will stay with her for several days mating three or four times an hour for upto four days but only one estrus in five is productive and results in young
Lions Mating (Panthera Leo), Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda
When a female comes into estrus the dominant male in the pride will stay with her for several days mating three or four times an hour for upto four days but only one estrus in five is productive and results in young
Lioness With Cub (Panthera Leo), Katavi National Park, Tanzania
A lioness relaxes but keeps a watchful eye on her cubs which are getting more acrtive and adventurous.
Katuma Pride Lioness (Panthera Leo), Katavi National Park, Tanzania
A mature lioness from the Katuma Pride leaves her cubs as the pride prepares to set off for a hunt as night approaches.
Katuma Pride Lioness (Panthera Leo), Katavi National Park, Tanzania
A lioness from the katuma pride relaxes with the rest of the pride in the late afternoon light but remains alert to any sign of potential prey or danger
Lion Pride (Panthera Leo), Katavi National Park, Tanzania
The rest of the Katuma Pride rejoin the male on a buffalo carcass they killed during the previous night.
LION CUB ON BUFFALO KILL (Panthera Leo), Katavi National Park, Tanzania
The Katuma pride all helped pull down a mature buffalo bull redisent round the Katavi Wildlife Lodge under the cover of dark and now all joing in the enjoy a good feast.
Lion Pride On Kill (Panthera Leo), Katavi National Park, Tanzania
The whole Katuma Pride feast off the freshly killed buffalo literally a stones throw from the Katavi Wildlife Camp. One cub tries to find an easy way to his meal.
Lioness Suckling Young Cubs (Panthera Leo), Katavi National Park, Tanzania
A lioness from the Katuma Pride suckles her two young cubs that have just been introduced to the rest of the pride.
Lioness Pulls On Hippo Carcass (Panthera Leo), Ruaha National Park, Tanzania
A solitary lioness with her four well grown cubs feast on the carcass of a juvenile hippo.
Lion Feeding Frenzy (Panthera Leo), Ruaha National Park, Tanzania, Katavi National Park, Tanzania
A solitary lioness and her four well grown young feed ravenously off a hippo carcase killed close the Ruaha River Camp. The young are very immaciated and this windfall probably came just in time
LIONS ON HIPPO CARCASS (Panthera Leo), Ruaha National Park, Tanzania
A solitary lioness and he 4 well grown cubs feast on the remains of a juvenile hippo close to the Ruaha River Lodge that died from wounds inflicted by an aggressive territorial bull.
River Pride Mating Pair (Panthera Leo), Ruaha National Park, Tanzania
A mating pair of lion will stay in close contact during a 4 or 5 day period which involves lots of frequent copulating bit with a low fertilization rate.
Lion Makes An Exaggerated Yawn  (Panthera Leo), Ruaha National Park, Tanzania
A pride male makes an exaggerated yawn as a clear sign to go no closer to this mating pair
Lion Cub Tucking In! (Panthera Leo), Katavi National Park, Tanzania
A lion cub about 12 months old tucks in greedily into a hoppo carcass, literally. When there is little competition from the adults or siblings he eats his way into the abdominal cavity.
Lion Drinking (Panthera Leo), Katavi National Park, Tanzania
A big male lion pauses from gorging in hippo to slake his thrist in a rain filled pool
Lioness Cutting Through Hippo Hide (Panthera Leo), Katavi National Park, Tanzania
A lioness uses here carnassial teeth to shear through the thick hide of a juvenile hippopotamus.
Lioness Grooming Cub (Panthera Leo)
A lioness cleans her yearling cub after gorging on a freshly killed hippo. Much time is spent grooming after eating and helps forge bonds within the pride.
Lion Eating (Panthera Leo), Katavi National Park, Tanzania
A big lion uses his carnassial shears to eat through the thich hide of a freshly killed Hippo in Katavi.
Bloody Lioness (Panthera Leo), Katavi National Park, Tanzania
A lioness checks the vicinity of the kill the pride has just made to make sure no unwelcome visitors disrupt the gorging on a big buffalo bull that will feed the entire pride for several days.
Lioness With Bloody Jowels (Panthera Leo), Katavi National Park, Tanzania
A lioness takes a break from eating a recently killed buffalo
Lioness And Cub (Panthera Leo)
A cub nuzzles his mother as they feed on a freshly killed buffalo.
Sleeping Juvenile Lions (Panthera Leo), Katavi National Park, Tanzania
A couple of juvenile lions sleep after a good feed on buffalo, relaxed in the safety of the pride.
Lion Cubs (Panthera Leo), Katavi National Park, Tanzania
Lion cubs of the Katuma Pride watch their pride eating a juvenile hippo they killed on the opposite bank of the Katuma River. It took some time for them to build up the courage to swim the crocodile infested channel. Hunger won them over.
Lioness Licking Face,  (Panthera Leo), Katavi National Park, Tanzania
A lioness of the katuma pride licks the blood from her face and lips as she feeds off a freshly made kill.
Young Male Lion (Panthera Leo), Katavi National Park, Tanzania
a young male lion about two years old looks on curiously from its place of rest in the remote Katavi National Park
Lioness Coughing Up Fireball (Panthera Leo), Ruaha National Park, Tanzania
A Lioness regurgitates at fur ball from her last meal much in the manner of a domestic cat and other felines
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