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Lion - Wikipedia

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Panthera leo subspecies. P. l. azandica · P. l. bleyenberghi. P. l. hollisteri. P. l. kamptzi ... Within Africa, the West African lion population is particularly endangered. In the wild, male...

African Lion | National Geographic

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It's all women's work in the lion's pride. Learn who eats first and who gets the scraps among these big cats.

Lion | Basic Facts About Lions | Defenders of Wildlife

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Learn about the size, diet, population, range, behavior and other fascinating facts about African lions.

Lion Facts for Kids | African Animals | Big Cats - Animal Fact Guide

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Living in the grasslands, scrub, and open woodlands of sub-Saharan Africa, the lion is the second largest cat in the world. It is dwarfed slightly by the tiger, which  ...

African Lion | Lincoln Park Zoo

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Large predators, African lions can weigh up to 500 pounds. The species' tan coat blends in among the vegetation of its home, helping it to stalk prey. Males are ...

African Lion | San Diego Zoo - Kids

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Lions need large territories to hunt successfully, and habitat loss is a problem facing lion populations. Lions are also viewed as a threat to livestock by ranchers .

Lion | Smithsonian's National Zoo

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The world's most social felines, lions roam the savannas and grasslands of the African continent, hunting cooperatively and raising cubs in prides.

African Lion - Sea World

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ANIMAL BYTES - African Lion...Find quick information and fun facts about animals.

Lions: Facts & Information - Live Science

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Oct 2, 2014 ... Lions are large felines that are traditionally depicted as the "king of the jungle." These big cats once roamed Africa, Asia and Europe. However ...