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    Le lion est le deuxième plus grand félidé, après le tigre, et ainsi le plus grand carnivore d'Afrique. Un mâle mesure de 172 à 250 centimètres de long 2 du bout du museau à la base de la queue et possède une queue d’en moyenne 90 centimètres 3. Les mâles atteignent une masse comprise entre 145 et 225 kilogrammes à l'âge adulte 3.

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    The lion (Panthera leo) is a large cat of the genus Panthera native to Africa and India. It has a muscular, broad-chested body, short, rounded head, round ears, and a hairy tuft at the end of its tail. It is sexually dimorphic; adult male lions are larger than females and have a prominent mane. It is a social species, forming groups called ...

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    Lionsest un nom de famille notamment porté par : 1. Jacques-Louis Lions(1928-2001), un mathématicien français ; 2. Pierre-Louis Lions (1956-), mathématicien, lauréat de la médaille Fields en 1994, fils de Jacques-Louis Lions.

    Columbia Lions, club omnisports l'Université Columbia de New York, les équipes les plus fameuses étant celles de football américain et d'escrime;
    Penn State Nittany Lions, club omnisports de l'Université d'État de Pennsylvanie, les équipes les plus fameuses étant celles de football américain, de volley-ball et d'escrime.
    Lions Clubs, un club serviceinternationale ;
    Lions de cannes, festival de film publicitaires à Cannes en France.
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    The lion's name, seemilar in mony Romance leids, is derived frae the Laitin leo, an the Ancient Greek λέων (leon). The Hebrew wird לָבִיא ([lavi] error: {{lang}}: text has italic markup (help)) mey be sib an aw. It wis ane o the species oreeginally describit bi Linnaeus, wha gae it the name Felis leo, in his aichteent-century wirk, Systema Naturae.

    Ahind anerly the trrger, the lion is the seicont mucklemaist livin felid in lenth an wecht. Its skull is verra seemilar tae that o the teeger, awbesit the frontal region is uisually mair depressed an flattened, wi a slichtly shorter postorbital region. The lion's skull haes braider nasal appenins than the tiger, housamiver, due tae the amoont o sku...

    Lions spends a feck o thair time restin an is inactive fur aboot 20 oor per day.awbesit lions can be active at ony time, thair activity generally peaks efter dusk wi a period o socialisin, gruimin, an defecatin. Intermittent bursts o activity follae throu the nicht oors till dawn, whan huntin maist eften taks place. Thay spend an average o twa oors...

    In Africae, lions can be foond in savanna grasslands wi scattert Acacia trees, that serve as shade; thair habitat in Indie is a mixtur o dry savanna wid an verra dry deciduous scrub wid. The habitat o lions oreeginally spanned the soothren pairts o Eurasie, rangin frae Greece tae Indie, an maist o Africae except the central rainwid-zone an the Saha...

    Maist lions nou lives in eastren an soothren Africae, an thair nummers thare is swith decreasin, wi an estimatit 30–50% decline per 20 years in the late hauf o the 20t century. Estimates o the African lion population range atween 16,500 an 47,000 livin in the wild in 2002–2004, doun frae early 1990s estimates that ranged as heich as 100,000 an aibl...

  6. Lion. (2016 film) Lion is a 2016 Australian biographical drama film directed by Garth Davis (in his feature directorial debut) from a screenplay by Luke Davies based on the 2013 non-fiction book A Long Way Home by Saroo Brierley. The film stars Dev Patel, Sunny Pawar, Rooney Mara, David Wenham, and Nicole Kidman, as well as Abhishek Bharate ...

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    Lyon ( French: [ljɔ̃] ( listen); UK: / ˈliːɒ̃ /, [7] [8] US: / liˈoʊn /, [9] [10] [c]; Arpitan: Liyon, pronounced [ʎjɔ̃]; Occitan: Lion, hist. Lionés [12] ), also spelled in English as Lyons, is the third-largest city and second-largest metropolitan area of France. It is located at the confluence of the rivers Rhône and Saône, 391 ...

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