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Male lion (Panthera leo), close-up : Stock Photo
Wild Animal Park, San Diego, California, USA. Main role of males within the pride is to defend territory. Rarely participate in hunts, surviving almost exclusively off kills made by females. Native to Africa.

Male lion (Panthera leo), close-up

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Gary Vestal
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Wild Animal Park, San Diego, California, USA. Main role of males within the pride is to defend territory. Rarely participate in hunts, surviving almost exclusively off kills made by females. Native to Africa.
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