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Media Id 90_131
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Keywords 2004,Western Cape,Warmwaterberg,Little Karoo,colour image ,head and shoulders,yawning,lying down on grass,lying down,mouth open,snarling,South Africa,Africa,horizontal,2000's,Sanbona Wildlife Reserve,wildlife,mammals,white lions,predators,introduced,side-view,
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Credit Line Eric Miller / Independent Contributors / Africa Media Online
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Description Sanbona Wildlife reserve, Warmwaterberg, Little Karoo, between Barrydale and Montagu, Western Cape. July 01, 2004 The reserve is new home to a family of white lion (originally from Timbavati), the 3 newest cubs were born on May 18 2004. The reserve boasts the 'Big 5' as well as many other species of game, birds and flora. Photo © Eric Miller emiller@iafrica.com
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