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p.1 #1 · Come on in, the water's perfect


These cats love water.
Eric






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Jul 23, 2013 at 05:59 PM
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Oh, yes, Eric. Two beauties and two terrific shots of them.
In the first image, it looks like a bit of flirtation is going on.
Is that "Old Snaggle-Tooth" and his lady?
Charlie



Jul 23, 2013 at 08:25 PM
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Thanks Charlie. I hope no flirtation....unless it's a little kinky...mother and cub are playing together. The male cub was easily at least as large as mom and the female maybe 80% the size of mom. The males don't hang with the fam...and the two adult males we saw both had significant injuries...one a mangled jaw and the other minus an eye....so love and war are both pretty tough on these guys.
Eric



Jul 23, 2013 at 11:55 PM
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eyelaser wrote:
Thanks Charlie. I hope no flirtation....unless it's a little kinky...mother and cub are playing together. The male cub was easily at least as large as mom and the female maybe 80% the size of mom. The males don't hang with the fam...and the two adult males we saw both had significant injuries...one a mangled jaw and the other minus an eye....so love and war are both pretty tough on these guys.
Eric


Some newsworthy info there, Eric.
Mom and daughter. Okay. I thought I saw a snaggle tooth; I guess it's just a fang. And the other one is a cute little tongue tip.
Mom also has a son? Isn't having twins unusual for large cats?
The son doesn't stay with his mom? But the daughter does? I would think survival for a lone yearling male would be extremely difficult- not only finding food, but the possibility of an adult male killing it. After all, young males offer nothing for adult males except competition for food.
Inquiring minds need to know .
Charlie



Jul 25, 2013 at 02:22 AM





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