What are some interesting facts about lions

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LIONS: Fun Facts and Amazing Photos of Animals in Nature by Emma Child

Hear him roar! It’s the king of the jungle—I mean, the king of the savanna! King of the savanna? What? Before you go thinking we’re crazy, check out this amazing children book LIONS: Fun Facts and Amazing Photos of Animals in Nature for yourself! Written especially for kids, this fun-filled adventure will take you on a whirlwind trip to Africa and Asia, where you will be up close and personal with lions in the wild!

Follow along with the powerful lioness as she goes on her nightly hunting trips to capture prey for her little ones. Meet the rare White Lion—considered to be lucky by the people of Africa. Learn about the animals that lions like to eat—and the animals that like to eat lions!

This wonderful kids book is truly a must have collection to any bookshelf, library, classroom or eBook reader. Reading to children can create a lifelong bond between you and your child. In this amazing children book, you will find that the sentence structure is well designed for young children. Its short paragraphs and easy to read words makes this book an wonderful story for children, parents and even primary school teachers.

See for yourself how lions live in zoos, and meet a brave woman who actually kept a lion as her pet. Explore and learn all about lion homes and families, welcome a litter of adorable baby cubs to the world, prepare to be amazed by a crazy list of lion fun facts—and much, much more! It’s all here in this action-packed, information-filled frenzy of fun with lions! You will never see these big cats the same way again!

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Fascinating Facts About Lions For Kids

The lion has forever been a symbol of strength, power and ferocity. During WWF tours to Africa , seeing the majestic species up-close is sure to be a spine-tingling experience. Despite this, the males eat first. These majestic cats are threatened by habitat loss. The lion was once found throughout Africa, Asia and Europe but now exists only in Africa with one exception. The last remaining Asiatic lions are found in Sasan-Gir National Park in India, which was primarily created to protect the species. Currently, there are approximately lions in the park.

Living in the grasslands, scrub, and open woodlands of sub-Saharan Africa, the lion is the second largest cat in the world.
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Last Updated on May 31st, Lions are a symbol of wild Africa, a majestic animal that showcases power and beauty.

The Tsavo Man-Eaters were a pair of man-eating lions in the Tsavo region, which were responsible for the deaths of a number of construction workers on the Kenya-Uganda Railway between March and December The significance of this lion pair was their unusual behavior of killing men and the manner of their attacks. As part of the construction of a railway linking Uganda with the Indian Ocean at Kilindini Harbour , in March the British started building a railway bridge over the Tsavo River in Kenya. The building site consisted of several camps spread over an 8 mile area, accommodating the several thousand mostly Indian laborers. During the next nine months of construction, two maneless male Tsavo lions stalked the campsite, dragging workers from their tents at night and devouring them. There was an interval of several months when the attacks ceased, but word trickled in from other nearby settlements of similar lion attacks. Crews tried to scare off the lions and built campfires and bomas , or thorn fences made of whistling thorn trees around their camp for protection to keep the man-eaters out, all to no avail; the lions leaped over or crawled through the thorn fences.

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  1. Jun 29, Ten Interesting Facts about Lions The expression may have come from an incorrect association between Africa and jungles or may refer to a.

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