Lion (Panthera leo) on hind legs, roaring, indoors (toned B&W) : Stock Photo
Lions are gregarious animals;live in prides.A pride usually consists of 1-6 males,4-12 females and their cubs.Males are 25-30% larger and heavier than females.Main role is the defence of territory. Native to Africa,south of the Sahara.


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Lion (Panthera leo) on hind legs, roaring, indoors (toned B&W)

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Tim Flach
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Lions are gregarious animals;live in prides.A pride usually consists of 1-6 males,4-12 females and their cubs.Males are 25-30% larger and heavier than females.Main role is the defence of territory. Native to Africa,south of the Sahara.
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