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Health

South Africa Dispatch: Tracking Big Cats

The IntersectionBy Sheril KirshenbaumJuly 5, 2007 2:24 PM
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Although the act lasts only a minute or two at most, lions mate up to 100 times a day during the breeding season. That's a serious undertaking - once every 15 min or so. [More photos from the tracking expedition after the jump]

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Setting out at sunrise on a cold winter morning

Tracking cats using telemetry

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A spectacular pair

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Cheetah brothers

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