How are Lions born?
The cubs are born blind and helpless, and weigh approximately 2-4 pounds.
How does the mother care for it’s young?
Many of the females in a pride give birth around the same time, so they have cubs of a similar age.
How does it get it’s food?
Lions are expert scavengers, and obtain as much as 40 percent of their food by stealing it from other predators, or finding already dead animals.
Where do Lions live?
Nearly all wild lions live in sub-Saharan Africa, but one small population of Asian lions exists in India's Gir Forest. Asian lions and African lions are subspecies of the same species. Asian lions once prowled from the Middle East to India.
What are some of a lions habitats?
African lions live in Angola, Botswana, Mozambique, Tanzania, the Central African Republic, South Sudan and other parts of sub-Saharan Africa. They wander a territory of 100 square miles (259 square kilometers), according to National Geographic. This territory consists of scrub, grasslands or open woodlands.
What are a lions enemies and how do Lions defend themselves?
Man is considered the lion's worst enemy. The greatest enemies within the lion's natural habitat include larger animals, such as elephants and buffalo. Lions have been known to bring down and kill both animals but lions have also been killed by them. The spotted hyena has been deemed the most deadly within a lion's habitat. Lions protect themselves with their intimidating size.