When breeding-why do lionesses growl?
cuz they HORNEY!
They growl, roar, snarl, scent-mark, and challenge intruders and tresspassers. They stalk prey, chase prey, and leap on prey to bite the neck and kill them. Lionesses in heat will rub up against the lion to get him to mate with her, and will snarl and charge if her cubs are in danger. Lions and lionesses sleep during the daytime and hunt at night. Lions will protect their prides from other rouge lions, and lionesses…