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Lion (Panthera leo) showing flehmen reaction, close-up, Kenya : Stock Photo
Male lions are 20-35% larger and heavier than females. Their main role within a pride is the defence of territory. The flehmen reaction describes a facial expression associated with male animals sniffing scent marks or the scent of estrous females.

Lion (Panthera leo) showing flehmen reaction, close-up, Kenya

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Daniel J. Cox
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Male lions are 20-35% larger and heavier than females. Their main role within a pride is the defence of territory. The flehmen reaction describes a facial expression associated with male animals sniffing scent marks or the scent of estrous females.
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