Why do they call lions king of the jungle
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Lions don’t actually live in the jungle, they live in Africa south of the Sahara and in Northwest India. They are the real habitant of savannah where catch larger mammals like buffalo, giraffe, crocodiles or gazelles, antelope, and zebras. Sometimes lions work together to ravage prey where one lion scare out the prey and others make sure that it can not escape. Usually, lionesses do most of the hunting.
The proverbial status “King of Jungle” was bestowed hundreds of years ago. Lions are considered the kings of the jungle by dint of their raw power and strength. They have an attitude of fearing no other animals just like a king though they have enemies like hyenas.
They live in small groups that are called pride. They are able to travel lots of miles in hostile regions to acquire and conquer their own pride. They even choose to defeat the current owner of the pride they decide to conquer. This sort of attitude defines their kingly characteristics.
Lions fiercely defend their pride, cubs and females and roar at night as a warning to other lions. This roar indicates that the other lions will have to pay a higher price if they ever dare to enter their territory. The male lion relishes the prestige and respect within the pride endowed to him.