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The lion is known as king of the jungle and for very good reason. This majestic cat prowls around with the utmost grace and pride, and is one of the finest big cats to lay eyes upon. Watching them hunt and live is a magical experience. The lion’s roar can send chills down anyone’s spine and is quite an experience.
Lions are mostly round in Savannas and grasslands but is unlikely to be found in dense and thick forests. The lion is characterized by a small, rounded head, round years along with a deep and muscular chest. The male lion is easily distinguishable from the female due to the prominent mane, an iconic feature of the male lion. These predators do hunt human beings but is most likely not to. Lions are mostly round in Savannas and grasslands but is unlikely to be found in dense and thick forests.
They have a fur which varies from dark brown, yellowish red to silvery grey.
They are born with dark spots on their bodies which eventually fade as they reach adulthood. The males are more robustly built than the females and consists of broader heads. The mane on the male lion grows all around the head, mostly downwards a backwards all the way up to the neck, shoulders and chest. Their tails consist of a dark tuft of hair.
The Kuno Wildlife Sanctuary, Madhya Pradeshis one of the best places to spot lions in their natural habitat. Watch them hunt down prey and feast on them in groups. One may also head over to the iconic Gir Forests of Gujarat, India to spot some of these gorgeous cats prowl around. The Gir serves as one of the best places to view the Asiatic lion and observe their behavior. Other sanctuaries to spot lions include the Sita Mata Wildlife Sanctuary in Rajasthan and Chandra Prabha Wildlife Sanctuary in Uttar Pradesh. Therefore, head over today and watch these incredible cats in their natural environments.
Witness the King of jungle strolling around in Gujarat.