How Do Lions Adapt to Their Habitat?

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Lions adapt to their habitat mainly by blending in with the vegetative background that helps them camouflage. They mostly live in grasslands which offer adequate cover for their brown coats that match with the colour of grass. Their prey is commonly found in this king of habitat. Please follow this link for additional information: http://www.ask.com/wiki/Lion?oo=0
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