A life as a lion

By: Sierra Colunga

Prey

A lion's prey is Antelope, buffaloes, zebras, wild hogs, rhinos, hippos, crocodiles, young elephants, and giraffes. Sometimes smaller animals like mice, hares, birds, lizards, and tortoises.

Baby lions

A mother has 2 cubs at a time. A cub weighs 3 pounds, less than a bag flower. After 3 weeks the cub would be able to walk . The mother decides when the cubs get to see there father. When the family goes hunting for food, the aunt stays and watch theme. Playing is exercise for a cub.
Lion cubs meet dad

Hunting

If they don't get no food, they go back at night. Lions are carnivores.
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Hunting cub

I CAN DO THIS!

Fun facts

Did you know the lion sleeps up to 16-20 hours. When the cub is 2 they start hunting. When the male is 2 he stays out the pride wile hunting. A lion is a mammal. There has to be at least 30 lions in a pride. A group of lions is called a pride.
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Habbitat

A lion lives in Africa, Asia and sometimes zoos. A lion lives in a grassland.