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Body

Habitat

Food

Life Cycle

Fun Facts

Body

Lions are large wildcats.
They weigh
about 500 pounds
(230 kilograms).
Lions have light brown fur.
Male lions have manes
around their necks.

Habitat

Lions live in Africa and Asia
in groups called prides.
They mainly live
in areas called savannas.
They hunt in tall grasses
and rest under shady trees.

Food

Lions eat zebras, warthogs,
wildebeests, and gazelles.
Female lions hunt in groups.
They surround their prey
and attack.
They share the food
with the pride.

Life Cycle

Female lions give birth
to two to four babies
at a time.
Young lions are called cubs.
In the wild, lions live
about 12 to 16 years.

Fun Facts

  • Lions are the only
    wildcats that live
    together in groups.
  • Lions can jump forward
    up to 40 feet (12 meters).
  • Lions rest between 18
    and 20 hours each day.

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