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The Lion is the king of forest. The lion is a species of cat family. There are some adult men in a lion pride, Related Females and Cubs. The species typically inhabit savannah and grasslands, but absent in the dense forest. He is sexually dimorphic, Compared to women, Male are larger than women 160 to 250, and women are 110 to 185 kilogram.
In Pleistocene, the lion was from Peru to Yukon Africa, Eurasia and North America. Lion is a muscular, deep-chested cat, which has a small, spherical head, lower neck and round ears. Its fur is from light buff to silver brown, yellow in red and dark brown. Lions relax most of their time, And about 20 hours are disabled daily.
Lion is a generic hypercarnivore, and usually hunts in groups. In its prey mainly mammals, especially countless, Who prefer priority to wild animals, buffaloes, zebras, ratnoboc, and giraffes in Africa, And in India with chital, sambhar wild boar, deer, nilgai and chinkara are preferred.
The young lions show the behavior that runs around the first three months of age, Although they do not participate in hunting, As long as they are not nearly a year old. They start hunting effectively around two years of age. Single lions are able to reduce prey such as zebra and wildebeest, Which can be doubled by its weight, While hunting big hunting like giraffes and buffaloes alone is a big risk.
Although adult lions have no natural predators, but the evidence points out that most humans or other lions die violently. Various species of ticks usually affect the ear, neck, and granular areas of most lions. Tigers tried unsuccessfully to fly trees or crawl in the Hina Boro to avoid bites, while being known to adversely affect lions, The effect of this in domestic cats is quite alarming.
Lion likes grasslands and savannas, open woodlands on the edge of bushes and clear rivers. The last refuge of the Asiatic lion is in 1,412 km 2 fall forest national park and surrounding areas in India. In 1974 the population increased from about 180 lions to 400 in 2010.