What family is lion in?
Lions belong to the Felidae (cat) family.
Lion belongs to the family felidae.
The family of the Lion is, Felidae.
Felidae is the name for the lion family.
Nope a lion is a cat, and belongs to the family Felidae
Yes, the lion does belong to the Cat Family They are known as 'The Big Cats'
the feline family same as the cat A lion is a feline just like your kitty cat.
Yes but it is not a lion. It is in the same family as the seal .
Yes, because of the family of the ancestors of the cat, as in evolution between the cats, and then the lion and the tiger. So yes, the lion and the tiger are related in some kind of evolution.
white lion family life
the lion is in the family Felidae ( big cats)
The lion (Panthera leo) is one of the four big cats in the genus Panthera, and a member of the family Felidae.
the lion king musical is family show, audience of the lion king are parents and children.
No, a lion is a panther while the mountain lion is a puma - two different genera.
The sea lion is an eared seal of the family Otariidae.
A pride is a group of lions, many of them related.
A Lion is the animal on the Cullen family crest
Felidae is the family of lions and all cats.
Cat family as it includes Lion, tiger (bigacats), etc.
a cat that is related to the lion family
There is a male lion and a lioness and they have Cubs and the lioness hunts for food and the male lion cares for the Cubs at the den
Lions and tigers are both closely related and members of the same genus - panthera.
Lions and tigers belong to the family, Felidae.
The following species of the wild cat family are smaller than a Lion but are larger than the usual cat. Leopard Cheetah Jaguar Mountain Lion Cougar Lynx etc The Tiger is the only member of the cat family that is larger and heavier than the Lion
A female lion. A plural form of "lioness" which is a female lion, which is a member of the big African cat family
house cat, leopard, cheetah, lion, puma, and the mountain lion.
The lion is the second largest member of the Felidae family, which are cats..Only the tiger is larger.
Both the cheetah and the lion are from the cat family. The lion is almost as fast as the cheetah. The lion can run as fast as 50 mph but the cheetah runs faster at 60 or 70 mph.
The lion get thier food by using their mouth to grab their food.The lion is on the family on the cats,The lion is a carnivorous animal.... :) Like us on facebook ... section one
Kitten, Tiger, Lion
Lion family live in Africa because in the past thousand year when lion existed lions adapted to this habitat. It's their natural habitat because they can camouflage in with the rest. They live in Africa because it's a really hot and they are adapted to it.
No, the tiger is the biggest and heaviest cat in the cat family.
lion is the ferocious animal and the member of the cat family
A lion is often used to represent strength and power. Lions are also used to represent family in some cultures because lions live in family groups called prides.
Because The Lion King is a family movie And the theme just is the Circle of Life.
It means ur a flying lion = UNICORNS FLYING PEGASUS
There are two animals that symbolizes family, the wolf and the lion. These animals show strong family ties and values.
A long list of animals of the cat family include the cat, a saber-tooth tiger, mountain lion, lion, tiger, bobcat, as well as others.
yes the cat is family of a lion
The tiger, leopard, snow leopard and jaguar are all members of the same genus as the lion, Panthera, and are closely related to the lion.
yes it is like a lion it is in the cat family
it was a symbol of his family
Lions are felines that are in the Panthera genus.
both are cat family
well the cheetah
they are the same family
In The Lion King, Mufasa was Simba's father. He was the patriarch of the lion family, and was tragically killed by his brother, Scar.
The latin name for a lion is Panthera Leo It is in the genus Panthera and in the family Felidae Hope this helps :D
the lion symbolises strength within a whole and it holding an outstreached paw means protection and stability.