Known as the “king of the jungle,” the lion is a symbol of strength and is mentioned in the Bible at least 154 times. Jesus is called the “lion of the tribe of Judah,” symbolizing His strength, and one of the most-recognized stories in the Old Testament is Daniel in the lion’s den. Lions once inhabited Europe, southern Asia, central India, and all of Africa. The common perception of the lion is that of the male with his long, dark or light-colored mane.
When hunting, a lion can run a short distance at 40 miles (64 km) per hour, leap 40 feet (12 m), and jump 12 feet (3.7 m) high. These cats hunt at dusk, but the lionesses do most of the work. They surround the prey and drive it downwind to a trap set by the other lionesses. The male lion gets first choice of the kill even though he had no part in bringing it down. After gorging himself, he will allow the others to eat what remains.
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