Lions

Lions


Lions in the wild usually make no more than 20 kills a year.


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Being an apex predator is tough and, for many species, most pursuits end in failure, while smaller hunters risk losing their hard-won meals to bigger beasts.

Lions are the archetypal apex predator, but their hunting success rate strongly depends on the number of lions involved – a single lion hunting in daylight has a success rate of 17-19 percent, but this increases for those hunting as a group to 30 percent.

Of 1,300 hunts observed in the Serengeti, nearly half involved only one animal, 20 percent involved two, and the rest a group of (normally) between three and eight individuals.


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