It would have to be very large. Lions and tigers need lots of space to roam and exercise. If you're someone who just wants one for a pet, you may want to reconsider. It won't be like raising a really big cat. They require different care and a different diet. (You couldn't just feed them a lot of cat…
Lions use their teeth in hunting by clamping the teeth around the prey's neck. This sufocates the prey thus killing it. Lions also use their teeth to eat and kill predators.
They don't sufficate prey with their teeth! They snap their necks. They say that in just about every wildlife…
They only attack when they are protecting their babies or if they hadn't eaten in a few weeks.
Lions will attack people, although they rarely do. Lions do sometimes become man eaters.
The lion's name derives from the Latin leoand the Ancient Greek leonThe Hebrew word lavi (לָבִיא) may also be related.just plain old lions/ BECAUSE GOD MADE ADAM JUST PICK A NAME geez (lol)
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The lion has 8 cm long teeth, they are the second biggest feline,
the color is usually a light buff to yellowish, readdish, or dark
ochraceous, and their stomach is a lighter color to some degree.
Male adult lions weigh about 330-550 pounds (150-250kg) and females
YES, anxiously with no compunction what-so-ever. Keep your distance.Yes., But only when you annoy them and if it is tamed...
Lions are carnivores, they eat meat: Buffalo, zebra, wildebeest and
waterbuck make up the bulk of their diet, but lions will take a
wide range of prey, from small rodents and birds to young rhinos,
gazelle, hippos and elephant. They also eat gemsbok, hartebeest,
kob, impala and warthog. Asiatic lion…
They blend in very well with the dry grasses of the Savannah in Africa.
well they drink and eat from there mother
A lion cub reaches sexual maturity at between two and three
years of age. This is when young males leave the pride they were
born into - at this age their manes are just short ruffs around
their necks. They have not yet reached their full size and
sleep, eat, and hunt, and they like to bounce around watching their baby lions play around and protects it babys from other animals it can eatA lion pride is social, meaning the pride does just about
everything together. The female lions do most of the hunting
although the male lion of the pride wil…
Yes. All animals (and plants) are organisms, even single celled living things are refered to as organisms - a collection of things that work together to go on living.
Watching his very extense territory, the male lion must walk for long every day and lion must do several tasks as follows:
1. Lion fights very often huge packs of hyennas.
2. Lion often fights other male lions.
3. Sometimes, male lion fights other animals like leopards, cheetahs, wild dogs, and …
There is a small problem to can know how big a lion can be because there are lots of subspecies in Africa and there is another subspecie in Asia called Panthera Leo Persica (Gir Forest, India).
Anyway, the most of African lions are very large when they are healthy and fully grown. In short...:
An average lion weighs from 400 - 550 pounds (190 - 250 kg)
Weights for adult African lions range between 150-250 kg for males and 120-182 kg for females. Females are much smaller than males both in size and weight. Head and body length of a full grown lion is 170-250 cm in …
Yes, crocodiles kill and eat lions and other big cats. Around the world big crocodiles have been recorded to have killed tigers, lions, leopards and jaguars. Crocodiles have been known to kill water buffalo, sharks and on rare occasions hippo and rhino. The biting force of a big crocodile is around …
A female lion is called a lioness.
It is called a Lioness
The generic term is Lioness.lionesslionnessLioness.
You can find wild lions in the Savanna in Africa, along with other regions of Africa.
There are also lions on safaris, as well as in captivity in zoos.
Lions are very expanded. In the wild, the most of lions live in the Savannah, although there are also in the Forest. …
If you are talking about a natural habitat:
Lions live in prairies, semi-arid plains and Savannah grasslands
within southern areas of the African continent. Many thousands of
years ago, lions were plentiful throughout Europe, southern Asia,
eastern and central India and the entire African continen…
The weight depends of geographic location, available prey, gender, age, and health. It has been noted that lions of South Africa are frequently larger than those of East Africa, subject to differing prey selection. In Kruger Park, the weights of 344 lions ages 4 and above were recorded. Males por…
A lion's mane has more than one function. One reason the lion has a mane is to protect it's neck. This helps it against the deadly bite of a hyena, and attacks from some other animals. BUT: Some animals, such as tigers and leopards, no not try to attack the lion's neck. They go for the head and face…
The phrase is a misnomer because lions don't live in the jungle, they live out on the Savannah.
Also because it is at the top of the food chain. Few animals will dare to challenge a lion, even in periods of extreme hunger, or fighting for territory. Hyena's often get into conflicts with …
A young lion is called a cub.Young loin, I guess? If you're asking what the offspring of a LION is called, it's a cub.A young lion is called a Lion CubA young lion is called a cub.im not sure what you're asking your sentence is confusing and incorrect. But i think what you want to ask is what is a b…
Males can be around 425 pounds and measure nine feet long.
Some can weigh to nearly 500 pounds, however.Head and body length of a full grown lion is 170-250 cm (1.7 to 2.5 meters) in males and 140-175 cm (1.4 to 1.75 meters) in females. Shoulder height is up to 4 ft in males and as low as 3 ft in f…
Lions look like a cat 10 times as big, except that they have a mane
around their head. The mane is some times a blueish green. If you
want to see pictures of them do a Google image search.
The first time you would watch live a fully grown male lion, very
their top speed is around 35 miles an hour. They hunt at night and rest at day that is because they have better eye sight so they see better at night.Maximum speed of Lions Lions have been reported to reach up to 35 mph, but they can only maintain this speed over short distances. Some have been cloc…
it cant run fast if it is fat
Bravery and courage
In a chase, not much over 300 meters
Lions are at the top of the food chain. So no other animal would consistently prey on a lion. Only when the lion dies does scavengers eat them. Some scavengers include vultures and hyenas. Otherwise when lions are alive those same scavengers would be on the lions menu!A pack of hyenas will fight the…
a group of lions is called a pride. A lion pride can have one or
two Male lions and around 10 or more females and a number of
adolescent and cubs. The females usually do most of the hunting.
The males only involve while trying to bring down huge prey like a
Giraffe or a Water buffalo
A group of lio…
No. but they probably would if the person hadn't eaten in months. Lions are supposed to be protected by law anyway.
Basically, Panthera Leo means Lion.
50mphTop speed of a lion is 47 mph, or 75 kph
A baby lion is called a lion cub.they are called cubs they are really cute!The babies that lionesses bear are called cubs.cubecubsA lion cub.CubsCubcubsCubBaby lions are called lion cubs. The average gestation period for Lions is around 110 days. The female gives birth to a litter of one to four cu…
Lions were native to Africa, Asia, and Europe in ancient times
Singly or, more effectively, in a pack. Loinesses do the majority of the hunting, males pirate their food from the females. The males only become involved in the hunt when the prey is too large for the lionesses to bring down.
Most times,females work alone but with other females so they dont have t…
They adapt by changing their diet also they will vary in size because of the amount of prey and also the will adapt to the amount of water and shelter there is in the area this means they are very smart
A female lion is called a lioness.
Lion have strong teeth and jaws and are able to tear the meat with their sharp teeth. There is a pecking order in a pride, and the male lion will normally be the first to eat. There after, the lionesses and the cubs may have their turn. The male will eat first even if the hunt was performed by the …
A lion is a creature which is strong and fierce. It lives in the
Africa plains and hunt tons of different types of antelope. Lions
are common in Zoos all over the U.S.
Male lions have bushy hair all around their head. This is called a
mane. The males sit around and protect the pride ( a family …
Female lions eat 11 pounds of meat a day, male lions eat around 15 pounds a day.
They mainly eat deer meat, or zebra meat which is their favorite. They're carnivores, so they would eat any meat. Lions may attempt to chase away another animal for their hunt and are mostly successful. If you come across a lion and feed it any type of meat, that would be the wrong thing to do. Once…
Yes, a lion is indeed warm blooded. because it is a mamal
Just like humans all animals are afraid of fire. Wild animals such as lions can smell the smoke from the fire long before it is even close to them and they know they are in danger and will find a safer place.
Nothing eats the lion unless it gets stepped on by a elephant or something like that then a hyena or other large cat with eat the left overs.
Yes they can although birds are normally tough to catch. A lion would probably save its energy to hunt larger prey like antelope, deer or zebra.
Lions huntingThey most certainly do hunt. They normally hunt at daybreak or at nightfall. Their diet consists of mostly antelope, but zebra and other herbivorous animals are in their diet too. Most hunting is done as a pride, the lionesses will hunt together. Male lion spend most of their energy pr…
Lion's are attacking human because they feel angry that you come to their teritory or if they are hungry.
Not normally. It is possible that a lion will eat a bit of grass to settle its stomach the same way as domestic cats and dogs do, but no evidence of this is forthcoming. Also sometimes Lions eat fruit if they are very hungry, and there is no prey around. When they are low on food they go for grass, …
Lions usually eat gazelles, zebras, giraffes, wildebeests, and sometimes, even hyppos, water buffalos and Cape buffalos. They prefer large preys.a lion eats meat that contains of zebra's ,buffalo etc
Any thing that is meat like zebras, pigs, deer and any other kind of meat they even eat other big cats.
their only predatrs are manly human. we are not at the top of the food chain though. cheetahs are also killed by lions hyena and eagles kill their babiesLions have no natural predators. Lions are Apex Predators that are on the top of their food chain and have no natural predators that can kill adult…
Predators of LionsLions have a number of predators, one of the main predators being man. Lions are used for trophy hunting and hunted and poisoned by farmers who have lost stock to lions. Lions don't really have natural predators although in the course of hunting can be injured or killed by some ani…
A baby lion is referred to as a cub.
The air of importance that many lions project may have suggested the name, which is also applied to peacocks (proud as a peacock), because of their strutting behavior.
They start as a little cub and grow into a big lion.1.They are born. 2. They feed on mother. 3. They learn how to hunt. 4. They eat and have babies. 5. They die when lion have sex Lions are one of the largest predators in savanna regions, reaching a length of 8 to 9 feet depending on gender and…
It is the males lions who sport a mane. See the related link below for a photo comparison.
Both sexes can have manes. However, the female manes I've seen at the San Antonio Zoo are only about 6 to 8 inches long. They look like the mane of a young male lion, and are commonly mistaken for such. Keep in mind that I've never seen or heard of another female lion having a mane except those two.
A group of lions is called a pride.A pack
lions sleep with their
pride in the den ,they never sleep outside the pride
because if the do ... then the alfa male
will think that the lion has betrayed
the pride and the lions will force the other lion away!
No but something that ___s
According with the naturalist Reginald Pocock, the average standing height of a large male lion seldom exceed the 97 cm. Those records about males of 120 cm to the shoulders had been taken over the curves, according with Smuts et al. (1980).
A male lions needs to eat 15 and a half pounds of meat a day. A female eats 11 pounds a day. hope this was better than the previous answerLions generally only make a kill every two to four days. When they
do have a successful hunt, a lion can eat 66 lbs in one sitting!
The average daily amount that …
The word " lion " simply means, " King of beasts "
If they actually lived in the same area, they most likely would. Lions do eat antelope, which are similar to deer.
WHY WHERE LIONS HUNTED ?
I think the lion were hunted because they use to hunt farmers stock.
So the farmers would have a shot gun and shoot the lions when they came near their farm lands.
There also was the problem of people who hunted lions for the fun of it
they would go out and hunt for t…
weight: 350-400 lbs. !!
No. They cant possibly catch one.
A male lion will fight for the territory and as a result the pride is protected from other male lions. Lionesses will protect the pride from any other danger. If a wandering male lion stumbles on the pride without facing the territorial male, then the lionesses will most certainly try to chase …
the lion of course.a gorillaGeorge.a gorilla
A male lion is a lion. A female lion is a lioness.
Only male lions have manes, and this mainly make them appear bigger than they really are so they are more intimidating and less likely to be challenged by other animals, since they need to protect their pride. Male cubs, however don't have any mane whatsoever. A lion with a small tuft of fur for a m…
4.5 to 6.5 feet
It protects their neck from being injured when fighting another male, and females dont have manes because they don't usually fight each other or other males, so they have little need to protect their neck. :)All male lions have the Mane. The mane is nothing but a growth of hair around the …
up to 2 meters longMales can be nine feet long and weigh 450 pounds..Females are somewhat smaller.Head and body length of a full grown lion is 170-250 cm in males and 140-175 cm in females. Shoulder height is up to 4 ft in males and as low as 3 ft in females. The tail length is 90-105 cm in males an…
A lions habitat is grassy and they live in the savanna.
A lion's roar is about 114 decibels at a distance of about one
metre. Lions have the loudest roar of any big cat. An adult lion's
roar can be heard up to five miles (eight kilometers) away, under
the right circumstances.
a baby lion is called a cub
Currently, some lions are endangered, but with proper management and responsibility on our part, they will never become extinct.
no the zebra wins this one
Males weigh between 330 and 550 lbs (150 to 250 kg) while the smaller females weight between 264 and 400 lbs (120 to 182 kg). An average lion weighs from 400 - 550 pounds (190 - 250 kg)The largest lion can weigh up to 700 pounds.It depends on the lion and the eviorment, if the eviorment is rich and…
Lions live in Africa because it is a suitable habitat for them.
The Lions habitat is a grass plain and they are warm blooded so it needs to be warm.
The African Savannah commonly found in places from South Africa to Mozambique.savannahs, and some live in forest's.graasslandsLions are native to the Savannah and plains of Africa. The are found right across Africa…
Male lions are easily recognized because of their manes. A male
lion just happen to grow their mane naturally.
Bog roles. Do you get it? Cos of the defecation levels of male lions? No? K den.
they can go 35mph.
Lion cubs are pretty small when they are born. They weigh between 1 to 2 kilograms at birth. They are a few inches tall and approximately around a feet or so in length. They are born with their eyes closed and their eyes don't open until a week. For the first few months, they are entirely dependent …
Habitat - They are only now found in the Sahara Desert and in parts
of Southern and Eastern Africa. They like to live in grassy open
places as it is easier for them to catch their prey.Live in AfricaWell if it were in a zoo they'd probably have it caged with very tall fence and rocks with wat…
Yes. Lions do give birth to live babies, they are called cubs. they are two to four.
Africa- yes,but doesnt say much The barbary and cape lions have disappeared. THere are approximately 300 asiatic lions left in India in the gir forests. They do not have enough space and there is significant worry about disease (an epidemic could wipe out the lot). There has been talk of setting up…
Altogether, lions have 30 teeth. Among them are:
Four canine (fang tooth for biting) teeth are used to
hold and puncture.
Four carnassial (blade-like tooth for shearing flesh)
teeth to cut through tough skin and meat.
The rest of the teeth are conical, and designed for cutting and
well, they don't really live with any other animals as in under the same roof, but they do live in the same area as zebra, wildebeest, wild buffalo and their enemies, hyenas. their are probably more though, you could look it up on a zoos website probably.
Yes.why sould you think they dont
Lions mate about once every twenty minutes. Females are in heat for only a brief period of about 4 days, so that's the only time that leads to pregnancy. But both the males and females seem to willing and anxious almost constantly. Sex for a lion lasts for less than a minute, usually. Lion…