How Fast Is a Lion?

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A lion can go as fast as 50 mph. They are very fast compared to a human, but about the same as a gazelle or cheetah. I personally would not want one chasing me, but they sure are fun to watch at the zoo.
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Lions can run up to 50 miles per hour (80 kilometers per hour) in short bursts.
Lions are said to be able to run up to 50 miles per hour, but only for short distances. For more lion facts, you can check out LionLamb. You can find more information here: http://www.lionlamb.us/lion/lionfact.html
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