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Who Says Leopards Can't Change Their Spots? IIThe light of a new day began to break through the windows of the tree house, hitting Sabor’s closed eyes. The mended, mother leopardess let out a tired yawn as her eyes fluttered open. The previous night had been filled by a peaceful slumber. Sabor almost couldn’t remember the last time she had slept so contently. That last time was the night before Nuru and Sheeta had killed her cubs. After that every night felt unbearable. Looking down at her newly adopted son, those agonizing nights seemingly disappeared.Who Says Leopards Can't Change Their Spots? II by Magani1996
There nuzzled up against the warm, white fur of her belly was Tarzan, the tiny, hairless, white ape she had orphaned and adopted only yesterday. His tiny, pudgy hands were gripping onto her fur. Sabor couldn’t help but smile at the sight of him smiling contently in his sleep, and seeing his tiny, bare chest rise and fall with each gentle breath. It was a sight that could sooth even the most savage of beasts, or at the very least Sabor herself.
Gently and slowly ri
Who Says Leopards Can't Change Their Spots?Who Says Leopards Can't Change Their Spots? by Magani1996
The sun had long set on another typical day in the jungles of Africa. Sounds of thunder and flashes of lightning filled the air, indicating a storm was coming in from the vast expanse of the eastern sea. Most of the jungles creatures, namely the gorillas, had either long settled in for the night to ride out the storm or were already fast asleep waiting for the dawn of the next day. However not all creatures had retired for the night. One predator in particular had remained awake, stalking through the jungle. Her movements masked and muffled by the on and off booms of thunder.
This predator was a leopardess, fresh and in her prime. Her body slender but toned to take down any prey she saw fit to be her next meal. Her pelt consisted of yellow fur running over from the top of her head to near the tip of her tail, and along the outer portions of her legs. The fur from her muzzle to her belly was white, along with the bottom of her paws and the tip of her tail. The tops of her ears were blac
A Lion's HeartA Lion's Heart by Magani1996
The Pride Lands, A harmonious kingdom of sundrenched savannah and wide-open planes. A kingdom where all of Africa’s wildlife, from the marching ant to the bounding antelope coexisted peacefully in the circle of life. A kingdom that would soon be forever changed by the ambitions of one and the arrival of another. Those living there just didn’t know it yet.
The Pride Lands were currently prospering under the reign of Mufasa; a muscular and broad lion that was wise beyond his years. This golden furred king with a lush, thick mane of crimson and eyes as reddish brown as the fertile soil was the perfect picture of regality and authority. He was a symbol of power and respect for all of those who lived in the Pride Lands. A truly fair, kind, and noble ruler. By his side was his mate, and queen, Sarabi a calm and loving lioness with beige fur and red eyes. Together they represented a bright future for the lands they called home.
And how bright the future looked, as king Mufasa and
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