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Lions Group (2E3)
Lions Group (2E3)
Lions Group (2E3)
Lions Group (2E3)
Lions Group (2E3)
Lions Group (2E3)
Lions Group (2E3)
Lions Group (2E3)
Lions Group (2E3)
Lions Group (2E3)
Lions Group (2E3)
Lions Group (2E3)
Lions Group (2E3)
Lions Group (2E3)
Lions Group (2E3)
Lions Group (2E3)
Lions Group (2E3)
Lions Group (2E3)
Lions Group (2E3)
Lions Group (2E3)
Lions Group (2E3)
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Lions Group (2E3)

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  • 1. Group members: Amirul (GL) Ayu Izatti Kam Yun Yee Nurlina Nazirah Edward Lam
  • 2. Can Lions swim? • Can but not that well • They will only swim, If there’s necessary • Some of the lions able to swim, especially big cats of Africa • Unlike their cousins (other cats) they are not fancy to water Science Aspects : Physics
  • 3. How Lions camouflage themselves ? • They camouflage by hiding in tall savannah grass • When their prey comes by , they pounce on them and make their kill. • They also use it when their prey runs too fast for them to catch. • They are generally lazy  • They camouflage to hide from the heat. Science Aspects : Physics
  • 4. Describe the extraordinary lengths/mass/size or other measurements of the lion • Lions live for 10–14 years in the wild, in captivity they can live longer than 20 years. • In the wild, males seldom live longer than 10 years • Injuries sustained from continual fighting with rival males greatly reduces their longevity • Highly distinctive, the male lion is easily recognised by its mane • Its face is one of the most widely recognised animal symbols in human culture Science Aspects : Physics
  • 5. Science Aspects : Biology How lion is born? • Lion give birth to their young • The gestation period last for 105-110days • They give birth 1-5 cups each litter • Lionesses can give birth every two years
  • 6. Science Aspects : Biology • They lie in shade and sand (hot weather) • They have thick fur (cold weather) • They find dark places (cold weather) • They also huddle in groups to help keep in heat. How its body functions to enable it to survive in hot/cold ?
  • 7. Science Aspects : Biology • They living on grassy plains • Dry thorn forest • They prefer to live near river because to ensure constant water supply • Water attracts prey Habitat
  • 8. Question 1 When do lions swim ? When there is necessary 
  • 9. Question 2 How is the lion able to camouflage itself? They will hide under the tall savannah grass 
  • 10. Question 3 The lionesses can give birth every_ years ? They can give birth every 2 years 
  • 11. Question 4 Where do lions live ? • Near water bodies (rivers and etc) • Live on grassy plains and dry thorn forest
  • 12. Question 5 How its body functions to enable it to survive in cold environment? • They have thick fur (cold weather) • They find dark places (cold weather) • They also huddle in groups to help keep in heat.
  • 13. VALUES ASPECTS Responsibility • They take care and protect their offspring. • They keep predator away from their offspring Perseverance • They try their best to find their prey for their offspring even though they might get injured during the process of killing their prey
  • 14. POSITIVE CHARACTERISTICS • Lions are determined animals • Female lions work together to catch a prey to eat. • They encircle their prey from different angle points. • Once they are ready, the attack is short and powerful • They attempt to catch the victim with a fast rush and final leap.
  • 15. RECYCLING • Lion’s dung has its useful ways like for example: • It is mixed with water and then spread it along tracks to prevent wild deer from running into tracks and getting killed by accident. • Deer are shunned by the aroma of the Lion’s dung and this prevents them from going near to train tracks.
  • 16. DEFENCE MECHANISM OF A LION • It has 3 inches teeth and 3 inches claws. • It also has strong swipes that can knock down its opponent. • A lion’s defence mechanisms are the display of its overall size and power(posture of chest out, head back)
  • 17. DEFENCE MECHANISM OF A LION • Their tremendous roar, their growl, a display of their large razor claws , a preliminary pounce or run towards a threat in an effort to make it flee and if necessary an unbelievable ability to attack and kill virtually any opponent.
  • 18. Our reflections “ I personally feel that this group project is knowledgeable and interesting because we are learning about animals and the animal my group is researching about is on Lions. Surprisingly I find many interesting facts about Lions like their behavioural characteristics and physical which I do not know of. “ ~ Ayu (Group member)
  • 19. Our reflections “ I feel that this group project is interesting. At first when I heard that we are going to the zoo, I thought it will be so boring and not really that important. After going for this learning journey, I learn a lot of interesting facts about the various animals . It was a fun experience ” ~ Nurlina (Group Member)
  • 20. Our Reflections “I think that this time activity is great and meaningful because it enable us to bond more with our classmates and get to know each more” ~ Edward (Group Member) “I think that that this zoo trail is meaningful and helps us more understand animals .” ~ Yun Yee (Group Member) “I think this zoo trail makes us learn more things about animals and by doing the project , we get to learn the animal we are appointed to.” ~ Amirul (Group Leader)
  • 21. GOOGLE Wikipedia Images References: 1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lion 2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Male_Lion_and_Cub_Chitwa_S outh_Africa_Luca_Galuzzi_2004.JPG 3. http://www.ehow.com/how-does_4567782_lions-give-birth.html 4. Singapore Zoo trail Board-lion
  • 22. CREDITS • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Male_Lion_and_Cub_Chitwa _South_Africa_Luca_Galuzzi_2004.JPG
  • 23. THANK YOU

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