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    Ravenscourt Pride

    Hello everyone

    I was reading an article about the safari camp in Africa, and there were these two words "Ravenscourt Pride." I googled it but still can't figure out what those two words meant.

    Can anyone help me?

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    Re: Ravenscourt Pride

    More context, please.

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    Re: Ravenscourt Pride

    I have googled it too and it seems that "Ravenscourt" is a name of a leopard. You'll find the meaning of "pride" here.

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