Wild White Lion Cub - Klaserie PNR July 2012

Roel van Muiden
Published April 07, 2014 03:45 AM






WILD white lion cub. This very special sighting is from July 2012 when I was guiding at Africa on Foot in Klaserie Private Nature Reserve. Klaserie and Timbavati is where the white lion gene originated from and their lions still carry that gene and give birth to wild white lion cubs every now and then. No canned lions here!! Some organizations will tell you the white lion gene does not exist in the wild any longer but it sure does. Proof is in the pudding!

'True White' - Roel van Muiden of RvM Wildlife Photography - Klaserie Private Nature Reserve

Nikon D80 with Nikkor 55-300mm lens: 1/60sec, f/8, 300mm, ISO 400, Flash did not fire

Website: www.rvmwildphoto.com

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