Lion

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Lion

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Character Data
Japanese Name: ライオン
Romanised Name: Raion
First Featured in: Kemono Friends (2015 Game)
Lion's Merchandise
Animal Data
Scientific Name: Panthera leo
Distribution: Africa, Middle East and India
Diet: Carnivore
Average Lifespan in the Wild: 14 years
Read More: Lion
Conservation Status: Status iucn3.1 VU.svg.png
Lion Anime Festival Pavilion​ (Gen 2)​ KF3 Nexon Game Gallery

Lion is a mammalian Friend that first appears in the 2015 Nexon Mobile Game and Kemono Friends Anime Season 1.

Appearance

Lion has thick, fluffy dirty blonde hair that fades with a brown gradient at the top. Her eyes are a golden yellow and her ears are a light brown. She wears a fur ruff around her neck, a white blouse with a red and orange plaid skirt with matching plaid tie. She wears tan thigh highs with white boots.

In Real Life

A Lion

Lions are large felines that are traditionally depicted as the "king of the jungle." These big cats once roamed Africa, Asia and Europe. However, now they are found in only two areas of the world and are classified into two subspecies. Asiatic lions live in India's Gir Forest; African lions live in central and southern Africa. The African lion is 4.5 to 6.5 feet (1.4 to 2 meters) long from its head to its rump, and its tail measures from 26.25 to 39.5 inches (67 to 100 centimeters) long.

A single lion kills about 15 large animals each year, filling out its diet with carrion, as well as kills made by other members of the pride. most of their victims weigh between 50 and 300 kilograms (110-660 lbs). The most common prey are zebras, giraffes, pigs, cape buffalo, antelope and wildebeests. Male lions usually leave almost all of the hunting to the females, but once a kill is made, they will sometimes drive off the females and cubs in order to be the first to feed upon the prey.

The basic units of lion social organization are resident prides occupying hunting territories of a size that can sustain the pride during times of scarcity. Lion densities, home territory size and social group size vary in parallel with habitat suitability and prey abundance, generally larger in moist grasslands where game is plentiful and smaller in drier bush with fewer prey animals. Due to their social nature, lions have one of the most complex communication behaviours of any of the cats. Lions make a variety of calls, each with a grading of volume, intensity, tempo and tone

References

https://www.livescience.com/27404-lion-facts.html

http://lionalert.org/page/lion-communication