The lion is among the strongest wild animals. The lion is also known as the king of the forest. A lion has immense power, and his attacking nature makes everyone afraid of him. Let’s see more about the king of the forest.
10 LINES ON LION:
- A lion is a large & strong member of the mammal cat family.
- Female lion is called as lioness while the small lions are called cubs.
- A lion is a symbol of pride & courage.
- Lions are found in Asia & Africa.
- A lion has a huge hunting capacity.
- A lion has a very strong body with sharp paws.
- A lion has long hair on its neck which is termed as a mane.
- It is from the class of carnivorous animal that eats flesh.
- Lion’s roar can be heard up to 8 kilometers.
- The average life of a jungle lion is up to 10 to 14 years.
10 LINES ON LION IN ENGLISH:
- A lion belongs to the class of wild animals, & they live in jungles.
- Some lions are kept at the zoo for the public & their lifetime is up to 20 years.
- Lions often live in groups called pride, a pride can be up to 10-14 lions.
- A lioness gives birth to 2-3 cubs at a time.
- Among those three cubs, mostly one remains alive.
- Lions are very protective of their food & themselves.
- They attack other animals to feed themselves.
- Generally lioness does the hunting, while the male stays with the group.
- There are almost 10 species of lions found in the subcontinent.
- South African Lions are considered the largest species of lions.
FEW LINES ON LION:
- There are almost 650 lines in India, while there are approximately 39,000 lions are left in the world.
- This happens due to the abundant hunting of lions.
- Usually the females of the pride do the hunting.
- Lions don’t live usually in dark & dense forests, they prefer grasslands.
- A lion has thick hair on its neck called a mane.
- The male lions are usually larger than the female lions.
- Lions prefer hunting during the day & take a rest at night.
- The female lions are mane-less.
- No animal in the jungle can challenge a lion’s pride.
- The lions need to be protected in the parts where they are found.