What Is a Group of Lions Known as?


Lions are in the group of cats known as the big cats .A group of lions is called a pride that consists of up to around fifteen lions mostly females that are related. A pride is a territory that lion males mark with scent and roaring.
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A group of Lions is called a pride.
The head of the pride is a male lion who looks after his pride which normally contains a number of lionesses and their cubs. A male lion will kill any cub that is not one of his own. A lion's eyesight is five times better than a human's, and it can hear prey that is more then a mile away.
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