Rare Black-Maned Ethiopian Lion Caught on Video loading...
Rare Black-Maned Ethiopian Lion Caught on Video
A National Geographic explorer spotted the adult male on a recent expedition to Bale Mountains National Park.
5 Ways Your Tabby Is Just Like Big Cats in the Wild loading...
5 Ways Your Tabby Is Just Like Big Cats in the Wild
Our house cats have gone a long way from their big cousins—or have they?
Fluffy Lion Cubs Grace Taronga’s Western Plains loading...
Fluffy Lion Cubs Grace Taronga’s Western Plains
The four young African lion cubs at Taronga have started venturing out of their den.
Asia's Lions Live in One Last Place on Earth—and They're Thriving loading...
Asia's Lions Live in One Last Place on Earth—and They're Thriving
While Asiatic big cats are rare, their spiritual importance helped inspire their human neighbors to keep them safe.
Rare White Lion Cub Born at Zoo loading...
Rare White Lion Cub Born at Zoo
The cub's parents have normal coloring, suggesting the rare coat arose from a recessive gene.
See Young Lion Yank Tranquilizer Dart out of Lioness loading...
See Young Lion Yank Tranquilizer Dart out of Lioness
Was this heroic behavior or merely cat curiosity? A big cat expert explains.
Frozen Cave Lion Cubs from the Ice Age Found in Siberia loading...
Frozen Cave Lion Cubs from the Ice Age Found in Siberia
Exceptionally well-preserved find provides a new look at the extinct carnivore.
Why Cecil the Lion Was So Popular With People loading...
Why Cecil the Lion Was So Popular With People
"Large, powerful, but regal," Cecil was known for being comfortable around humans—and simply for having a name, say those that knew him.
Rescued Circus Lions Airlifted to Safety in Africa loading...
Rescued Circus Lions Airlifted to Safety in Africa
Lions rescued from circuses in Peru and Colombia are set to arrive back home in Africa.
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It’s not just humans who form gangs and fight wars. In a remote corner of the Serengeti, the “Vumbi” lion pride battles heat, shortages of food and water and a rival pride in its struggle to survive.

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