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African Lion and Cub Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: African lions live in scattered populations across Sub-Saharan Africa. They prefer grassy plains and savannahs, scrub bordering rivers and open woodlands with bushes. Lions are social animals, living in groups of related individuals with their cubs. Such a group is called a "pride". The average pride consists of around 15 lions, including several adult females and up to four males and their cubs.
Image Source /Credit: Mehgan Murphy, Smithsonian National Zoo/ CC0

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