Year of birth
Pandhora, Nusa, Flower, Shadow, Juju, Pinche, Leen, Troncha
Yes, in 2018
Yes. VHF technology
Shaka was initially spotted on the trap cameras before 2018, always in the company of a female, behind whom he displayed his manly strength by taking large steps. In the year 2018, he developed a very noticeable lesion in his nasal region, probably after an intense fight with another jaguar. The wound has healed over time and Shaka no longer has a breathing problem. African guides, who were training the team when this jaguar was first sighted, suggested the name, Shaka, after a leader of the Zulu people.