Wolhuter and the lion

The Kruger National Park in its early days was not for the faint of heart… this is a long read but well worth it for those wanting to know a bit about the early years…

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13 thoughts on “Wolhuter and the lion

    • There were many that met their demise for trying to take humans as food…. fortunately there are more people who have met their demise from this very fact…

    • It is stories like this that just make my day… how I would have loved to live here back then, BUT I’d have wanted the camera I now have to record life…

  1. It was a good idea to share this story Rob. I enjoyed reading it. Clearly the ranger was very lucky to survive.

      • Agree! My old travel pictures with a better camera!!! All the old photos….Well, I always was interested in trying to take good pictures but in the old days of film, it was so expensive and I didn’t have a steady hand, so I wasted a lot of money. The beauty of digital (and better cameras) is that even amateurs like me can take advantage of the minimal cost.

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