Lioness (Panthera leo) at watering hole, close-up, South Africa : Stock Photo
Kruger National Park. Lions are social animals living in groups known as prides. A pride usually consists of 4-12 related adult females and their offspring, and 1-6 adult males. The female's primary roles are raising cubs and hunting.


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Lioness (Panthera leo) at watering hole, close-up, South Africa

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Gavriel Jecan
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Kruger National Park. Lions are social animals living in groups known as prides. A pride usually consists of 4-12 related adult females and their offspring, and 1-6 adult males. The female's primary roles are raising cubs and hunting.
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