California sea lions do live in groups.
Lions live in groups called "Prides".
Lions are generally not solitary but live in groups called prides.
Neither, lions live in groups called prides.
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.
Many animals live in groups: lions, hyenas, zebras, humans, chimpanzees, and so on.
No, lions are the only big cats that live in groups except for female that are caring for their young.
Lions do not live in packs but live in groups known as prides. A pride of lions usually consists of five or six lionesses and one or two male lions along with their combined cubs.
most animals live in groups but animals such as foxes tigers lions not very much
Lions, Tigers, Wolves and many more.
Lions like in groups called prides. Cheetahs live alone except for females with young.
animals that live in groups are elephants , lions , wolves and others. animals that live n solitary are tiger , snake and others.
Some live as solitary creatures but most live in groups called prides.
A pride of lions.also pack of lions
animals that live in the wild are lions for instance. they live free and sometimes are in groups or packs.
Bobcats do not live in groups. The only cat(that's wild) that lives in groups are lions. Bobcats only live in a "group" is when a mother has cubs.
A safari is a group of people going out into the wild to see, or possibly hunt animals. Lions don't live within these Groups. You probably meant "Savannah", the African grasslands. And yes, lions live on the Savannah.
Lions live in groups that are called prides. Ten to forty lions may live in a pride. Each pride has a home area that is called its territory
Dolphins live in groups. Zebras, giraffes, elephants, meerkats, lions, wild dogs, and whales live in groups too. Good luck!!!
A few lions live as solitary individuals but the majority live in groups called prides.
Pumas are loners, except for females with cubs. Lions are the only cats that live in groups.
Most animals do not live in family groups. Some animals that do include horses, lions, and dolphins.
yes lions live in the safari
Usually in groups called prides. A pride of lions consists of related females and offspring and a small number of adult males.
Lions live in groups, which are called prides, because as a group they can better defend themselves, care for their young, as well as hunt more successfully.