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At first about lionsAt first about lions
The Lion belongs to Cat family, genus
Panthera. Four animals belong to the genus
Panthera. Lions are carnivores—meat
eaters. They hunt animals ranging in size
from small hares to large buffalo.
Male lions have mane and scientists
believe that male lions' manes make them
look fierce and may help protect their throats
in battle with other males.
They were found in most of Africa, across Eurasia from western
Europe to India, and in the Americas from the Yukon to Peru.
Lions are famous for their loud roar which
can be heard up to 5 miles away. They can make
such a loud roar because the cartilage in their
throats has turned into bone. They tend to roar
more at night.
Lions live by groups which is
called pride. A pride of lions can
have from 3 lions to 30 lions.
A lioness is ready to have
babies when she is 2-3 years old.
Baby lions are called cubs.
Ligers grow far larger than either
parent. In contrast to
ligers, tigons are often relatively
small in comparison to their
Today lions are kept by humans in public zoos,
private menageries, national parks, circuses, etc. There
are many stories about tight friendship bonds, created
between lion and human. However, there are also many
stories of human attacking by lion.
Now about whiteNow about white
White is color at its most complete and
pure, the color of perfection. The color
meaning of white is purity, innocence,
wholeness and completion.
In color psychology white is the color of
new beginnings, wiping the slate clean, so to
speak. It is the blank canvas waiting to be
written upon. While white isn't stimulating to
the senses, it opens the way for the creation
of anything the mind can conceive.
And in the end about white lionsAnd in the end about white lions
I think that white lions are like a white colour: quiet, beautiful and
clever... In the interenet about white linos are written, that they...
... is not separate type of lion. This is caused by genetic disease,
called leucism, causing lighter coat color than normal lions have.
White lions are not albinos. They have normal pigmentation in the
eyes and skin. White lion individuals occasionally have been met in
and around Kruger National Park, where they live in common pride but
they are more commonly found in captivity, where breeders specially
The endThe end
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