Where is a lion situated in the food chain?

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The food chain of a lion starts with grass as the primary producer. The grass is consumed by zebras, wildebeests and other herbivore, which are in turn eaten by the lions. The lion's favourite meal is always zebra, wildebeest and buffalo meat.
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Lions eat large, hooved mammals. Lions have no natural predators other than man. Lian cubs, however, are killed by jackals, hyenas, leopards, martial eagles and snakes.
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