The 5 boys were in low energy when WE came across them. At first they were asleep, but soon woke up when they noticed an unknown lioness approaching them. At first we thought that we might witness a standoff, but it seemed that the lioness lost interest (or didn’t notice the boys) and was back on her merry way in the opposite direction.
When WE encountered them on the second day across the river, WE found them mobile, heading towards a herd of nearby wildebeest.They seemed to be gearing up for a hunt, but they quickly dashed our hopes and began playing together.
On our third day across the river, WE found them lying down on the ground. WE spent the entire afternoon with them, and in the evening they finally got up and went on the prowl. They successfully hunted and took down a wildebeest. Unfortunately for them, an unknown lioness came in and stole their kill. Hunt and take down of a wildebeest.
WE were fortunate to come across the 5 boys when they were ready for a hunt. They initially eyed a herd of wildebeest with a lot of interest, but were quickly distracted by a baby Tommy. They chased it around in a playful fashion for a little while, before quickly taking it down and making a quick snack of it. The baby Tommy was merely a snack as minutes later they were eyeing the herd of wildebeest that had re-appeared (after running away in fright when the baby Tommy was being hunted.) The 5 boys watched the wildebeest with growing interest and then went low. A few minutes, they had brought down a wildebeest. At first D’Artagnan let the rest of the Musketeers eat, while he seemed to play sentry. He eventually joined them and finally had his share.