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Lion (Panthera leo) profile, face hidden by paw (cross processed) : Stock Photo
Live in prides (1-6 males, 4-12 related females & offspring). Male's main role is defence of territory. Female's main roles are hunting & raising cubs. Natural habitat/distribution: South Sahara to South Africa.

Lion (Panthera leo) profile, face hidden by paw (cross processed)

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Morgan Mazzoni
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Live in prides (1-6 males, 4-12 related females & offspring). Male's main role is defence of territory. Female's main roles are hunting & raising cubs. Natural habitat/distribution: South Sahara to South Africa.
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