The Animations on this Page are to the best of my knowledge are Royalty Free.

These are the only animations on Lions Etc. however, there they maybe used on other pages.


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The Lion (Panthera leo) is described as large, carnivorous feline mammal. The have a short tawny coat, a tufted tail, and male Lions have a heavy mane around the head and neck.

There are seven different species of Lions: African, Asiatic, American, Mountain, Cave and White.

A group of Lions is called pride. Lions are the most social cats; a pride could include up to 40 Lions. Each pride includes one or two Lions (sometimes more) and several Lionesses.

Lionesses are better hunters than Lions and do most of the hunting for a pride; they rely on group work to hunt Zebras, Antelopes, Wildebeests and other animals.

Males guard the pride’s territory, a distance that often stretches to about 2592 km (1002 mls).

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Adult males in the pride drive away young maturing males. These males leave their pride and search for other prides that they could take over by defeating other males and killing or chasing away all male cubs. This cycle of new male Lions chasing off other male Lions and taking over a pride occurs often to any pride. A male Lion should not expect to remain a leader in his pride for more than 2–4 years.

Young females normally stay with their pride.

Lions are the second largest big cat species behind Tigers.

A Lioness can give birth to a litter of 1–3 cubs (sometimes more) every 2 years. The cubs nurse for about 6 months. However, they start eating meat at 3 months old.

In the wild, about ¾ of cubs do not live to become adults. They die mainly from lack of food or attacks by other animals (including other Lions that are not part of the pride).

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Male Lions are the ones with manes. Studies have found that Lions with longer and darker manes are more feared and respected by other male Lions; they have higher level of testosterone and are more likely to attract Lionesses. Darker manes also indicate healthier Lions.

The roar of a Lion can be heard from 8km (5 miles) away.

Male Lions usually weigh over 180kgs (400lbs) reach the length of 1.2m (4ft); female are normally around 130kgs (290lbs). The heaviest Lion on record weighed an amazing 375kgs (826lbs).

Lions can reach speeds of up to 81 k.p.h. (50 m.p.h.) but only in short bursts because of a lack of stamina.

Lions in captivity live 25–30 years whereas in the wild only approximately 15 years.

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Lions are thieves and often steal hyenas’ or other animals’ kills. However, a large group of hyenas can sometimes steal a Lion’s kill.

Each adult Lion needs 4½–6.8kgs (10–15lbs) of meat every day and hunt both large and small game.

Lions are native to Africa and Northwest India. Their common habitat are both open plains and open woodlands.

A male is referred to as a Lion or Tom, a female is a She-Lion or Lioness and offspring (bubs) is a cub, whelp or Lionet.

The sound made by a Lion is referred to as a roar or growl.

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Lions are active during the day and at night but they prefer hunting at night.

When Lions breed with Tigers the resulting hybrids are known as Ligers and Tigons. There are also Lion and Leopard hybrids known as Leopons and Lion and Jaguar hybrids known as Jaglions.

Most Lions found in the wild live in southern and eastern parts of Africa.

In the wild, Lions rest for around 20 hours a day.

Lions are the national animal of Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, England, Ethiopia, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Singapore.

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Medium.

 

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Only Size.

 

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 Found in Christian.


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 Found in BiblePeople.


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 Found in Circus.


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 Found in People/Asians.


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 Found in Sayings.


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 Found in People/Natives.


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Because there are so many Big & XL animations I’m going to break them to 2 & 3 pages to help in a faster download.
For available Big versions: Click Here for  Lions 01;  Lions 02.
For available XL versions: Click Here for  Lions 01;  Lions 02;  Lions 03.

 

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