Lion Spotting at Night

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  • Title:  Lion Spotting at Night
  • Description:  The lion is the largest of Africa's big cats, and is reverently referred to as the "King of the Jungle". Unlike other big cats that prefer to live solitarily, African lions are social animals. A group of lions, called a pride, may consist of 15 to 20 members, with up to three males. Within the pride, the lionesses do most of the hunting while the male lions defend the group's territory. When hunting, lionesses approach their prey stealthily before springing upon them and killing them with a strong bite to the neck. If the prey escapes before the lioness springs an attack, the lioness will not give a chase for long. This apparent lack of endurance has given African lions a reputation of being lazy.
  • Owner:  Artwestimage.com
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  • Added:  Jun 1, 2018
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Resolution: 3019 x 1937 px ( 10.1" x 6.5" @ 300 dpi )

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