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White lions are most common in parts of southern Africa.

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white lions are in threat from man poaching, human encroachment, and habitat destruction.


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some lions live in africa some lives in asia the lion that lives in asia is the white lion they are very rare hope this helped


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we find white lions in south africa but because of hunters they are endangered and there are very less white lions