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Lions

Often referred to as the "King of the Jungle," lions are majestic-looking mammals that live in Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia, with a small, critically-endangered remnant living in northwest India.

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Who named lions?

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Nobody generally discovered The Lion King because it is a film created by Disney. But, the late Thomas Disch came up with a treatment titled "King of the Kalahari" which Roger Allers, Don Hahn, Rob Minkoff, Kirk Wise, Gary Trousdale, and many others turned into a movie. So, you can say Thomas Disch came up or "discovered" the idea which would become The Lion King.

Does a lion have a predator?

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no but

if they provoke animals like rhino's or elephants then they might be attacked

they attack buffalo then they'll get attacked

if they try to steal a croc's food then the croc will fight back

and humanes hunt them

Is a lion endangered?

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No. No other mammal is known by so many names. Puma, cougar, panther, catamount are all names for Felis Concolor, the mountain lion. As a species, the mountain lion is not endangered, but is listed as "Least Concern' by the IUCN.

Only the race in Florida, known as "Florida panther" is endangered, and even it has recovered slightly.

Make a sentence out of the letters k p c o f g s?

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"K"eep "P"ursuing "C"lever "O"ptions "F"or "G"reat "S"cience!

Why is patience necessary for the survival of lions?

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One of the predatory behaviors of lions involves getting close before committing the energy to strike. The final strike needs to be fairly close, roughly no more than about 50 meters, otherwise the energy budget of the lion could result in failure, for example they might overheat from exertion. Hence, it is important to be able to get close enough to the prey for the final strike, which can require a lot of observation and patience, including waiting for opportunities to make short incremental moves to get closer without alerting the prey.

How many kittens can an African lion have?

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maybe up to 5 kittens

He fought like a lion where is the idiom in this?

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There are no idioms in this sentence. If something is "like ___" or "as ___ as ___" then you are looking at a simile. Think "similar" and you can remember simile.

What is a Tenor's Friend?

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It’s a surgical support, also known as a truss. Operatic tenors were commonly believed to be at risk of hernias due to the pressure that singing put on the abdominal muscles (which is in fact medically true, but relatively rare). To prevent this happening or stop the hernias growing one they had occurred, you could wear a truss- a kind of leather patch covering the area. Hence the “Tenor’s Friend”.

What is the difference between a lion cub and a flower seedling?

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That only the lion cub can move from place to place.

How does the white lion camouflage itself?

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The white lion does not rely on camouflage for survival in the same way that other predators do. Instead, its white coloration is a result of a genetic variation called leucism. This unique coloration may actually hinder their ability to hide, making them more visible to prey. However, white lions typically inhabit grassland habitats, where their coloration can blend in with the dry grass during certain times of the year.

How do other animals survive from lions?

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Other animals survive from lions by using their natural instincts and survival strategies. Some animals camouflage themselves or hide in dense vegetation to avoid being seen by lions. Others use their speed and agility to outrun them, or live in social groups that provide safety in numbers. Additionally, certain animals have evolved physical adaptations like horns or thick skin that can help them defend against lion attacks.

What behaviors do lions use to get food?

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Lions use a variety of behaviors to get food. They are skilled hunters and typically hunt in groups, using stealth, speed, and coordination to ambush and bring down their prey. They may also scavenge on carcasses left by other predators and even steal kills from other animals.

Do scavengers eat after a lion?

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Scavengers often feed on lion kills, capitalizing on the remains of the prey left behind. While lions are the primary hunters in their ecosystem, they do not consume every part of their kill. Scavengers such as hyenas, vultures, and jackals take advantage of the leftover carcass, helping to minimize waste and maintain the ecological balance of the habitat.

How many theeth do lions have?

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Adult lions have 30 permanent teeth that start to break through the gums at 3 months of age and continue to develop until 13 - 15 months of age. The adult teeth comprise of 12 incisors, 4 canines, 10 premolars and 4 molars.

How big was the cave lion?

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American lions are once said to be the biggest cat species living on earth, bigger than the african liger or the siberian tiger. Males can grow to be 5 ft tall at the shoulder, be up to 12 ft long, and weighs up from 700 pounds to 800 pounds. Females are 25 percent the size of males.
the American lion stood 5ft tall to the shoulder and was about 11.5 feet long not including its 4.3ft tail

Is a cheetah more popular than a lion?

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A cheetah is because a cheetah can run faster and can jump higher than a lion.

How much do wild lions weigh?

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Male lions weigh between 330 and 570 lbs and are 8' 6" to 11' 7" long, including the tail.

Female lions (lionesses) are between 264 and 400 lbs and are 6' 6" to 9' 2" long including the tail.

The tail length of a lion is slightly more than half of the length of the head and torso.

What is the genus and species of a Japanese cicada?

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Hi, I lived in Japan for 8 years and studied the cicada species there. Bad news is that there are around thirty different species in Japan, each quite different in song and appearance than the other. If you can post a photo of the cicada in question I can get the genus/species name. Fred

Who tamed the first lion?

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Any unicorn can be tamed by any virgin who cares to take the time and make the proper effort. The unicorn will come to her and lie down. This however isn't a permanent conditions. Last for only a couple of hours at best. The unicorn remains a wild creature.

How long do lions care for their offspring?

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The female gives birth to a litter of one to four cubs in a secluded den usually away from the rest of the pride. She will often hunt by herself while the cubs are still helpless, staying relatively close to the thicket or den where the cubs are kept. After a few weeks she will rejoin the Pride along with her cubs. Once the cubs join the pride, the whole pride shares the responsibility of raising the cubs.

How many animals need our help?

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A LOT help as many as u can