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  1. Great Lions By: Zachary Brown

  2. Table of Contents Introduction…………….....3 Living……………………………..4 Growing………………..……....5 Look like………………………..6 Eating…………………………....7 protection……………………..8 Interesting Facts………..9 Poem………………………….…..10 Glossary……………………….. 11

  3. Introduction Lions are great animals. They are mammals. That means they feed milk to their babies. They are scary.

  4. Living Lions live in Africa and Asia. A lion’s habitat is in a large open land where they can hunt. They live in huge grass land.

  5. Growing Lions start as a cub. A cub is a baby lion. Next they grow into an adult. When a cub is 2 moths old he will learn to hunt. When the cub has leaned lots, the adult will leave.

  6. Look Like Lions are many sizes. They have big strong legs. Lions have lots of thick and golden hair. Males have manes. A mane is a great long fur that goes around their head. Lions do not have back teeth.

  7. Eating Lions are strong hunters. Lionsare not picky eaters. They eat antelope and zebra and warthogs. Females do most of the hunting. They will steal cheetah’s food, hyenas food and leopard’s food.

  8. Protection Lions have to protect them self from predators. They can run up to 40 miles a hour. Sometimes lions wont a drink, but a hippo will get him.

  9. Fun facts They sleeps 21 hours a day. A lioness carries it’s cub to a new place so enemies won’t find it. Also takes it to where there is food. They can live in prides. Prides are a group of lions.

  10. Poem Lazy sleepers Intense hunters On the savanna Night is when they are aggressive

  11. Glossary Mane: A long fur around a lion’s head Cub: A lions baby Mammal: Animals that feed milk to babies Pride: A group of lions