How Do Lions Adapt to Their Environment?

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Lions are endowed with massive paws to enable them to kill small prey and superior strength to overcome the larger animals. Lions are not adapted for endurance running and thus are well adapted for stalking prey especially during the night (nocturnal).
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How Have Lions Adapted to Their Environment?
We may see lions in circuses, wildlife reserves or zoos, but the environment best suited to the "king of the jungle" is the jungle itself. Sadly, with rampant deforestation, poaching and rapid urbanization, the habitat of lions is shrinking and so are... More »
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