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The Lion is a deep chested, muscular Felidae species found in the grasslands and savannas.
Tigers are the largest extant cat species, most recognizable for their dark vertical stripes and orange fur.
Latest Questions Answered
Where Do Lions Live?
Question: Where do Lions live? The majority of our feline friends reside in Africa except for a small population existing in western…
How many subspecies of Lion are there?
Question: How many subspecies of Lion are there? There are two subspecies of Lion. The history of Lion’s classification has gone through…
What do Lions eat?
Question: What do Lions eat? Lions are carnivores, which means they only eat meat! Unlike Alex from Madagascar, lions do not enjoy…
What colors are Lions?
Question: What colors are Lions? Lions range in color from white, brown, ochre, sandy, grey and a deep orange-brown and are usually…
How fast do Lions run?
Question: How fast do Lions run? Lions have been known to reach speeds of up to 50mph/80kmph! The lion is ranked as…
How long do lions sleep?
Question: How long do Lions sleep? Lions spend approximately 16 to 20 hours a day sleeping, making them the laziest of the…
What colour are Lions eyes?
Question: What colour are Lions eyes? Adult lions’ eyes are an orangey brown, almost golden color. Lion Cubs are born with blue…
How many teeth do lions have?
Question: How many teeth do Lions have? Lions have 30 teeth in total, made up of 3 different types: Incisors, Caines and…
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