The lion is very different from other members of the cat family. It is the only social cat and lives in groups called prides. The basis of a resident pride is a group of related females and their young. The pride hunts and eats collectively. There may be as many as forty lions in a pride, including 2-18 adult females and up to 7 adult males, but it is rare that all are assembled in one spot. They are usually scattered singly and in small groups that change from day to day. Several females may give birth in the same month and not only rear their young together, but also suckle cubs other than their own.
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