What Is a Lions Natural Habitat?


A lion's natural habitat is dry grasslands, savannas, dense bushes and open wood lands. Lions take water regularly if available but can even survive for up to five days without it. They eat large animals that live in the same areas with them.
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Lions live in plains or savanna habitat of Africa.
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