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

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