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A slideshow for Pre-K children about lions.

A slideshow for Pre-K children about lions.

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  • 1. Lions
    • PowerPoint by Karen Cox
    • Photography by Arno Meintjes
  • 2. A female lion is called a lioness.
  • 3. A baby lion is called a cub.
  • 4. The lioness takes care of the cubs.
  • 5. Lion cubs like to play.
  • 6. Male lions have a mane. Female lions do not.
  • 7. Most lions live in a group called a pride.
  • 8. Lionesses hunt in a group and catch prey for the pride.
  • 9. Lions have long sharp teeth. They have strong jaws and powerful legs.
  • 10. Lions rest most of the day. (20 hours per day)
  • 11. Lions show affection by rubbing their heads against another’s head, face, or neck.
  • 12. Lions make sounds by roaring, snarling, purring, meowing, coughing, and woofing.

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