How Many Lions in the World?

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According to statistics, the absolute numbers of lions in the world is unknown though the world's lion population at the present time is estimated between 30000 and 100000 animals. There are 11 subspecies of the lion which include the P. l. massaicus, P. l. senegalensis P. l. Verneyi and P. l. Azandica.
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today in the wild there are fewer than 23,000 lions left in the world and there are 300 white lions in the world.
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