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Lionesses sneak away from their pride after a four-month gestation period. They usually give brith to a litter of two to six cubs.
The weight of a new born cub is approx 3 pounds and they have a yellowish-brown coat and distinct spots or stripes. Cubs are kept away from the rest of the pride until they gain enough strength. It may take four to six weeks.
Lions are apex predators, which means that they are carnivores. They hunt other animals and also scavange or steal prey from other predators like leopards, cheetahs, hyenas, or wild dogs.
Their diet includes:
Antelopes, Elephants, Rhinos, Rodents, Reptiles, Insects, Crocodiles, Birds and other animals.