Do lions live in groups?
Lions do live in groups called a pride. They hunt, raise their
young, and defend their territories as a unit.
Yes. It is called a pride.
Lions live in groups of about 12 to 15 lions. These groups are called prides and consist of either one or two male lions. The rest of the pride consists of related female lions and their young cubs. Lions live in large social groups called prides. Usually there is one (sometimes two) male lions and the rest are all females from the same family with their offspring. Lions eat most things so they can survive.
Animals such as lions who live in groups cooperate because they work together to survive. For example, the female lions take care of the cubs while the males hunt. Plants such as grass relies on the sun to give it warmth. Any animals that live in groups cooperate to not only survive but to treat their offspring.
Lions live in prides; a pride consists of a dominant male, a number of females in his "harem", and a number of juveniles. Male juveniles are chased away from the pride when they mature. Cheetahs also seem to live in small groups. Apart from that, I don't believe any big cats live in groups larger than mother and immature children.
Lions usually live up to10-14 years. Males don't live as long as females because the males become weaker. They're the ones protecting the prides(prides are groups of lions usually containing 10-20 members). The males are also fighting the wild living dangers and fighting is serious. Thanks 4 readin'