The Mighty Lion Coloring Pages Printable

The Lion is one of the Big Five most wanted and photographed during game drives. It is special because you can find them on the coloring pictures below.

The Lion (Panthera leo) is the king of the savannah, the undisputed protagonist of African safaris. Choose your favorites below then color them with your colors.

Lion Coloring Pages Printable

Lion King Coloring Pages Simba And Nala
Lion King Coloring Pages Simba And Nala
Lion King Coloring Pages Simba
Lion King Coloring Pages Simba
Lion King Coloring Pages
Lion King Coloring Pages
Lion King Hyena Coloring Pages
Lion King Hyena Coloring Pages
Lion King Printable Coloring Pages
Lion King Printable Coloring Pages
Lion King Scar Coloring Pages
Lion King Scar Coloring Pages
Lion King Simba Coloring Pages
Lion King Simba Coloring Pages
Lion Mandala Coloring Pages
Lion Mandala Coloring Pages
Mountain Lion Coloring Pages
Mountain Lion Coloring Pages
Printable Lion Coloring Pages
Printable Lion Coloring Pages
Realistic Lion Coloring Pages
Realistic Lion Coloring Pages
Simba Lion King Coloring Pages
Simba Lion King Coloring Pages
The Lion Guard Coloring Pages
The Lion Guard Coloring Pages
The Lion King Coloring Pages
The Lion King Coloring Pages
Lion King Coloring Pages Online
Lion King Coloring Pages Online

The Lion is a cat with a muscular body, big head, and short legs. Male and females are perfectly distinguishable. Their dimorphism is very marked. The male is unmistakable.

It is endowed with a thick mane that starts from the head, covers the whole neck, and arrives to cover throat and shoulders. Moreover, it is larger than the female.

Lion Coloring Pages Printable

Lion Coloring Pages For Adults
Lion Coloring Pages For Adults
Lion Coloring Pages For Kids
Lion Coloring Pages For Kids
Lion Coloring Pages For Toddlers
Lion Coloring Pages For Toddlers
Lion Coloring Pages
Lion Coloring Pages
Lion Cub Coloring Pages
Lion Cub Coloring Pages
Lion Cubs Coloring Pages
Lion Cubs Coloring Pages
Lion Face Coloring Pages
Lion Face Coloring Pages
Lion Family Coloring Pages
Lion Family Coloring Pages
Lion Gaurd Coloring Pages
Lion Gaurd Coloring Pages
Lion Guard Coloring Pages
Lion Guard Coloring Pages
Lion Head Coloring Pages
Lion Head Coloring Pages
Lion King 2 Coloring Pages
Lion King 2 Coloring Pages
Lion Adult Coloring Pages
Lion Adult Coloring Pages

The hair of the Lion is short and yellowish-brown, and white on the abdomen and inside the legs. The back of the ears is dark, as is also the tuft located on the tip of the tail.

Lions live in packs or groups. Each group consists of female individuals (usually related to each other), their cubs, and the presence of a dominant male.

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Lion Coloring Pages Printable

Baby Lion Coloring Pages
Baby Lion Coloring Pages
Cartoon Lion Coloring Pages
Cartoon Lion Coloring Pages
Coloring Pages Lion King
Coloring Pages Lion King
Coloring Pages Lion
Coloring Pages Lion
Coloring Pages Of The Lion King
Coloring Pages Of The Lion King
Cute Lion Coloring Pages
Cute Lion Coloring Pages
Disney Coloring Pages Lion King
Disney Coloring Pages Lion King
Disney Lion King Coloring Pages
Disney Lion King Coloring Pages
Free Lion Coloring Pages
Free Lion Coloring Pages
Free Lion King Coloring Pages
Free Lion King Coloring Pages
Free Printable Lion Coloring Pages
Free Printable Lion Coloring Pages
Library Lion Coloring Pages
Library Lion Coloring Pages
Adult Coloring Pages Lion
Adult Coloring Pages Lion

If a cub is male, it can remain in the herd until the age of 3 years. After that, he is forced to leave and start a nomadic life until he can prevail over a dominant male and then take his place in the pack.

Lions are territorial animals; therefore, they live in well defined and actively defended areas. The lions declare their territory by roaring and mark it by urinating on bushes, trees, or directly on the ground, leaving behind a pungent scent.

Lions are relatively nocturnal animals. This means that they spend most of the day resting in the shade of trees and bushes, while in the evening they go hunting in groups.

Typically, when they spot prey, they ambush it. With a quick leap, they bite the victim’s neck to kill him. Among the lions’ main prey are antelopes, buffaloes, zebras, and giraffes.

An adult male can eat more than 34 kg of meat in a single meal and then rest for a week before resuming the hunt.

The Lion once inhabited Europe, all of Africa and Asia; now it exists only in the steppes, savannahs, and mountain regions rich in herbivores, on which it feeds.

It is almost sure that it has recently disappeared from Iran and Iraq. However, the Persian Lion, which represents a distinct subspecies, still lives in the Gir forest in the Indian region of Kathiawar.