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My, what big teeth you have - African Lion

My, what big teeth you have - African Lion
African lion displaying its teeth in a might yawn. Lions, as with all felines have dental and cranial adaptations giving them an extremely strong bite. A yawn may cause the lion to look relaxed and lazy during the day but lions are nocturnal, stalking their prey in the night or twilight. Despite the male lions large teeth and massive jaws, hunting is typically done by female lions in small groups.

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Facts about African Lions
Common names: African lion, lion
Scientific Name: Panthera leo
Family: Cats (Felidae)
Height: 1.2 metres
Length: 1.5 - 2.4 metres
Weight: 150 - 227 kg
LIfespan: 10 - 14 years
Top spped: 50 mph
Diet: Wildebeest, impala, zebra, giraffe, buffalo, wild hogs, rhinos, hippos
Habitat: Grassland, scrub, open woodland
Distribution: Southern Africa, south Sahara desert
Conservation: Vulnerable

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