This is Milo, the alpha male of the Ngamo Pride in Antelope Park’s semi-wild release site. Milo’s cubs will soon be released into the wild, having had no contact with humans and so helping to increase the rapidly dwindling population of lions in Africa
Three of the four boys keep a lookout. They are the new kids on the block. Though they are big and strong, they are in the middle of another pride with two seasoned, battle-tested males who won’t appreciate the intrusion. Lots of drama unfolding in the Okavango! Will these four test the pride males for dominance? Will they split up? Will they get into trouble with the local communities by killing livestock? Time will tell, but in the meantime we enjoy the view! Photo credit: @navigate.om@insidenatgeo@natgeo#clawsconservancy#prideinourprides#lion#lionking#bandofbrothers#newkidsontheblock
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One of our fav EC Journo @contemporary_conservationist who nails it with this I love these arboreal snakes! I found this little guy while stomach flushing Tree Frogs (There seems to be a pattern with finding herps and flushing herp stomachs lol). This little guy was a bit of a pain to get a good picture! He just would not stop moving! Regardless he was an amazing creature that I released shortly after grabbing a picture. Neat! . . . . . . . .. .