The Lions of Londolozi tracks the lives of a particular pride of lions over the last 14 years. It proposes a fascinating interpretation of events, lying somewhere between academic and anthropomorphic, offering an un-obscured view into the secretive lives of Africa’s most majestic cat.
Combined with glorious full-page colour photographs, maps and family trees this book touches on numerous aspects of lion behaviour and design: prides, coalitions, territories, hunting, breeding, communication, infanticide as well as the much misunderstood relationship between prides and amongst pride-members.
This book will increase your knowledge of cat behaviour and help you to grasp the highs and lows experienced by lions. It will allow you to follow the real life story and development of the much loved Tsalala Pride, a pride made famous by the two tailless lionesses, fighting adversity on a daily basis. Surviving not only for themselves but also for betterment of their cubs and the continuation of the gene-line.