How Fast Can a Lion Run?

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The lion is a member of the cat family, and shares many common traits of this family. The body is very muscular, with less bone mass than other animals of comparable size. This is also responsible for the grace of movement we associate with members of the cat family. The maximum speed for a lion is 30 mph over 50 yards (48 kph for over 46 m).
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Lions can run up to 50 miles per hour (80 kilometers per hour) in short bursts.
A lion can run up to speeds of 30 mph and they can also jump up to 12 feet high. They can grow up to 9 feet long and weigh as much as400 pounds.
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The maximum speed which the lion can run is fifty miles per hour. It can run with this speed only for a short distances. Good luck if you are being chased by one lol. Look here for
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on average? like 40mph. but they really lack in stamina so they can only keep up that sort of speed for a very short while.
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A lion can run about 35 miles per hour. Did you know they only eat about every three or four
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