This week we were fortunate enough to be witness to one of the Selati Males mating with one of the Othawa Females. The two of them spent a couple of days together, only meeting up with the rest of the Selati brothers and Othawa females for a Wildebeest lunch and dinner. In between rest periods the male kept his paw on the female to ensure she doesn’t sneak away without him noticing. After a few days they both went their separate ways. The video below is of the male calling out to make his presence known.
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