How Do Lions Communicate?


Lions communicate using sound and body language. Lions express a ton of information solely based on appearance. The exciting mane of the male lion gives the appearance of a large head and therefore the impression of a significant threat.
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How Do Lions Communicate?
Lions communicate in a variety of ways, including the use of scent, body language and, of course, their roar. Discover how male lions roar in order to advertise their territory to other lions, and how female lions roar to maintain contact with other... More »
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Lions communicate like most other animals, by using their body language, scent and the roar. They use the roar to express their dominance and females can use it to maintain contact.
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Lions communicate using sound and body language. The lions roar is very loud and jarring. You will also see lions rubbing against each other showing affection or fighting to prove
1. Observe the lion that you are trying to communicate with. Notice how it's behaving. Is it restless, anxious, calm, aggressive or playful? You may not want to try to communicate
pheremones (scent) body language, noise and sight (e.g.submission and dominance) it is made in there evolutionary path and in this case roars and growls out to fellow lions. by roaring
When resting, lion socialization occurs through a number of behaviors, and the animal's
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