Pride of the Delta Okovango
• Pride of the Delta Okovango
Moporota - is the name of a pride of lions that lives in the delta Okovango on Chifsaylende. Main local star, we unfortunately did not see. In one of the Pride has a lion that looks like a lion. A very unusual sight. But this pride left at high water, and to reach them we could not. But we were lucky in the other. We saw children of pride "Moporota". Moporotikov
In order to survive the kids have to be very careful in the bush. At the slightest danger, they must instantly be hidden in the bushes.
Mother's tail - a favorite toy lion cubs. once again we are convinced of watching these kids.
cubs have not yet taken on the hunt, so when Pride leaves they hide and await the return of the rest.
Toddlers - easy prey for other predators. At hyenas excellent sense of smell, and they feel if one of the lionesses lactation. For this Pride they will watch very carefully.
Because of this pride can not remain long on the same place and forced to constantly change the place of rest for the safety of children.
In the meantime, my mother still, silent cubs can relax and refresh yourself.
Adult lions are always resting on the side of the main pride. So they are less concerned about others.
Another of male pride "Moporota".
In general, we were very lucky with these cubs. Usually, it is practically impossible to see in the wild these kids.
But here it was the fact that it is precisely in this period on the island working crew. They shot just lions and constantly followed the Pride.
During this time the kids got used to the car with people and do not hide from us.
After dinner, they went to explore the neighborhood and just lie in the sun.
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And this "brave man" walked apart from the rest.
Already very funny
But the mother of the type of course they did not lose.
And here is the catch.
The stick, of course, resisted ... but its fate was sealed.
Such is the unexpected meeting was waiting for us on this day in the bush.