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The lion has always acted as the personification of strength and living power, power, and royal posture. But we don't know everything about lions.
In addition to the fact that the lion, like all animals, perceives smells through the nose, it can catch and recognize them with the help of the so-called "Jacobson's tube" - located in the oral cavity, in the upper palate, right behind the front incisors. The cats are involved when they concentrate their attention on some exciting smell for themselves, drawing in air through their mouths, slightly raising their upper lip and nose - a smile of a predator.
The muzzle of a lion, like every human fingerprint, is unique. In nature, there are no two identical lions with very muzzles. At the same time, the claws of a lion grow up to 7 cm, and the teeth of an adult - 30.
If the animal is complete, then the living creatures that he hunts, which serve as his prey, can quite easily walk next to him - at this moment, they have nothing to fear for their lives since such animals will not attack just like that, for the sake of entertainment.
Many mistakenly believe that people are attacked only by an old or wounded animal that cannot entirely hunt antelopes or gazelles. But as statistics show, more young individuals in excellent physical shape become cannibals.
Do you know these interesting facts about lions?
1. the giant wild cats on the planet are tigers. Lions are the second largest. Adult females can weigh about 130 kg, males - about 180 kilograms.
2. Lions are often referred to as "kings of the jungle." But in fact, they do not live in the jungle. Their primary habitats are African grasslands and plains.
3. Leos love to travel. But you will never meet them in the rainforests - this is the element of tigers and jaguars.
4. Almost all wild lions live in Africa. Still, one small population exists around the Gir Forest National Park in Western India.
5. There may be more subspecies of lions in the wild than you might think. People generally can only name Asiatic and African lions. However, there are about eight of their subspecies, in particular, the northern Congolese and Masai.
6. Of all the large feline species, lions are the most social. They live in large groups called "pride." A pride usually consists of related females and their cubs and a male or a group of males. The size of pride can vary from 15 to 40 individuals. The more members in the pride, the stronger it is.
7. Lionesses raise cubs together. The female can feed both her own and other cubs with milk.
8. The mane is the visiting card of the male lion. None of the representatives of the cat family has anything like this.
Why does the male need such a luxurious “hairstyle”? The mane is a kind of indicator of the strength and activity of the animal. The darker the fur, the more attractive the male is to the female. In addition, the mane protects the neck and head of the beast during fights.
9. Lions are excellent hunters. They run fast, reaching speeds of up to 80 km / h and jumping. This helps them catch fast-footed prey. They have a wonderful sense of smell, sensitive hearing, and good eyesight. The claws of the beast reach a length of 7 cm.
10. The kings of beasts are lazy. Most of the day, they sleep or relax. They can be up to 20 hours a day!
11. Lions can hunt down and kill an animal weighing more than 500 kg. The most desirable prey for them is buffaloes. It's just hard to deal with them. Often in a fight, the winners are not the jungle kings.
12. Without water, they can do up to four days, but they need to eat every day. A lion can eat up to 40 kg of meat in one sitting, about a quarter of its weight. Its tongue is covered with sharp papillae, which help the predator scrape the flesh from the bones.
13. Lions hunt mainly at night. They see well in the dark, which gives them a massive advantage over prey.
14. Females hunt much more often than males. At the same time, some lionesses play the role of the "center," others play the role of "wings" - the wings drive the prey to the center.
15. males must protect their pride and territory. Even though males rarely help females in hunting, they eat first.
16. Cubs are usually born with blue eyes. After about three months, the eyes change color to yellow-brown or amber.
17. Lions rub their heads against each other, thus creating a familiar collective smell. This smell allows the animals of particular pride to know who is a member of their family and who is not if a skirmish arises between the satisfaction.
18. At the age of 3-4 years, males and females are ready to mate. The gestation period is about four months. There are from 1 to 6 cubs in the litter (usually 2-3). Childbirth takes place away from the family, after which the female hides the cubs for another six weeks. At birth, lion cubs weigh only about 1.5 kg.
19. Females in the same pride tend to give birth around the same time, making it possible to raise several litter together.
20. Pride often roar "in chorus," declaring their territory, and even young lion cubs join the general cry. The roar of a lion can be heard at a distance of 8 km!
21. Lions don't just roar. They make various sounds, including those that are common to domestic cats. They hiss when they are angry and even meow when they want to attract the attention of their relatives.
22. Lions can successfully interbreed with other types of big cats. For example, a liger is known - as a hybrid of a lion and a tigress.
23. The white lion is a rare morph with a genetic disease (leucism) caused by a double recessive allele. In total, there are about 300 such individuals on the planet. These are not albinos. They have normal pigmentation of the eyes and skin.
24. Lions live for about 10-14 years in the wild. Their age is much longer in captivity, up to 20-25 years.
25. Only 20,000 lions are believed to be left in their natural habitat, which is half of 30 years ago. If, for example, we compare the number of lions with the number of elephants, of which there are 415 thousand, it becomes clear that there are very few royal predators left. By now, they have disappeared from 90% of their historical range. Some scientists say that if current trends continue and people do not take proper conservation measures, wild lions could completely disappear from the face of the earth by 2050.
What are the misconceptions about lions?
There is no "Lion King."
Despite what the classic Disney movie would have you believe, the pride doesn't have Mufasa or Simba in charge of all other lions (or all other African animals, for that matter). Instead of a king or queen, lions live in an egalitarian society without ranking.
King of the Treeless Jungle
Lions gloriously acquired the title "King of the Jungle." However, the name is misleading as lions don't live in the jungle. Their habits include bushland, grasslands, savannas, and rocky hills. This is a simple case lost in translation.
The word jungle has its roots - it is the Hindi word "ring," which means forest or wasteland - the latter can easily be applied to the savannah. Another title of the lion - "King of Beasts" - will not be disputed here. Please discuss the matter with your nearest lion if you wish to deny it.
White lions have been considered sacred throughout Africa, and there is a common misconception that they have albinism. While albino lions exist, white lions are a distinct subset of lions. White lions have a regressive mutation called leucism, which reduces melanin. This pigment controls the color of a lion's coat and eyes. Eye color is a way to tell white lions from albino lions. White lions have blue eyes, while albino lions are red or pink.
Mane means successful male.
The lion's mane is commonly seen to calculate a lion's sex appeal to potential mates—the more magnificent the fur, the more attractive the male. However, recent evidence refutes this as a universal rule. Deserted male lions in Tsavo can attract females and successfully defend a territory against other males.
Manes doesn't always mean men. Maned lionesses have been seen, especially in the Okavango Delta in Botswana. These lionesses engage in activities usually associated with male lions and are more likely to be sterile.
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Access to cartoons in the early 1990s could be considered a period of education. Bemorepanda has collected a top 30 cartoons that everyone knows for sure. Being adults, we also have nostalgia for our favorite things from childhood.
Some of these cartoon series have seen the light of the screens to come up with a message and educational intent for children. The cartoons of those times taught children to befriend, to appreciate their family and opened new directions for the development of creation and fantasy.
We were also caught by the newer productions, mostly Japanese, which conquered the world in ΄90. These meant that we learned to read and watch the subtitled story, and since many of these cartoons were like animated soap operas, you now understand the obsession.
If you were a child at that time and this series of titles like before our era throws you into the fountain with nostalgia, who knows, maybe you will make time this extended weekend to review these drawings on the net. Or not, you better get out of the house, because you get enough of nostalgia in this article!
1. Spider-Man: The Animated Series
The Spider-Man animated series was by far my favorite as a child and one of the productions that totally changed this industry. Launched in '94, it ran for 5 seasons before being canceled. I saw it again a few years ago head to tail and it seemed even better than at first.
2. X-Men: The Animated Series
However, Marvel's first big hit on the small screen was the animated series X-Men. Released two years earlier (in '92), this production benefited from 5 seasons and brought to life the most important stories in the X-Men universe, from Dark Phoenix, Days of Future Past to Night of the Sentinels or Phalanx Covenant. Like all Marvel productions, it is currently on Disney +.
3. X-Men: Evolution
Something more mature and modern, X-Men: Evolution actually presents an early period of the team, at a time when Charles Xavier was gathering mutants from everywhere under the same roof.
4. Justice League (Unlimited)
The Justice League animated series was one of the best DC productions of the 2000s. Both the two seasons of the original series and the three Justice League Unlimited series, which we could see on Cartoon Network, are packed here.
The main series has 5 seasons, and the first 3 are available on Netflix. Then came Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, 5DS, Arc-V and Vrains. Just a few days ago, on April 4, 2020, the new Yu-Gi-Oh! Sevens.
Obviously, Pokémon could not be missing from this list. Maybe you didn't know, but this series is still in progress, it has reached season 23 released in the fall of 2019 in Japan and based on the new Pokemon Sword / Shield game. On Netflix you can find the latest three seasons: Sun and Moon, Sun and Moon: Ultra Adventures and Sun and Moon: Ultra Legends. Plus the movies Pokémon: I Choose You, Pokémon: The Power of Us and Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution.
Pokémon's younger brother is called Digimon and has a slightly similar concept, except that instead of pocket monsters, you guessed it, they are called digital monsters. The first two seasons aired in the early 2000s; today, after 7 seasons and almost 400 episodes, the series benefited from a reboot, and on April 5, 2020, the new Digimon Adventure was launched, which brings back to the center of attention the characters from the original series.
8. Star Wars: The Clone Wars
One of the most popular Star Wars projects, The Clone Wars was brought back to life by Disney + this year after a premature end in 2014. Probably the most modern series in this article, The Clone Wars has made a massive contribution to the development of the entire Star universe. Wars. Not only did he canonize many stories and present in detail the lives of the protagonists of the films during the war, but he also created new favorite characters. Not until a few weeks ago Disney announced that Ahsoka Tano will be part of the second season of The Mandalorian. Until then, however, The Clone Wars is on Disney +.
9. Batman: The Animated Series
From 2020 we go back to 1992 for the animated series Batman, one of the best productions of this type in the '90s. He had a total of 2 seasons and 85 episodes over three years and managed to portray excellently most characters in the Batman universe. Virtually any modern image and interpretation of a character there we have today is based on that drawing.
10. Batman Beyond
Batman was immediately followed by Batman Beyond, which had three seasons, from 1999 to 2001. It is the story of a futuristic hero under the wing of an old Bruce Wayne, retired. What few people know, however, is that the action starts in 2019, with a Batman still in power patrolling Gotham, and later moving in 2039.
Based on the comics of the same name, Diabolik is a 40-episode animated series produced in 2000. It tells the story of the rivalry between a moral thief and his brother, the leader of a criminal organization. Diabolik was basically a kind of Cartoon Mission: Impossible, with a judge able to get out of any situation to punish the criminals.
12. The Tick
Broadcast between 1994 and 1996 for three seasons, The Tick series is one of the most absurd superhero animations ever produced. In fact, the character himself is so absurd, clumsy, naive and devoid of any trace of logic that it makes you want to follow him. Not to mention that next to him were characters like American Maid (allusion to Wonder Woman), Batmanuel or Captain Academica, and antagonists were a guy called the Chair or the Bread King.
13. The Mysteries of Providence
The 26 episodes of Mysteries of Providence are one of the best animated binges you can enjoy. The three protagonists, Oscar, Martin and Kate, interact with most of the inhabitants of the small French town, each in turn exposed to various charms customized to their needs. Despite the fact that we are talking about a universe based on bipedal talking animals, this series presents some metaphors of an extraordinary maturity for the genre it approaches.
14. Fantastic Four: The Animated Series
Returning to the Marvel animated series, Fantastic Four, with two seasons (1994-1996), is added to this list. It's a must-see for those who want to complete their cartoon collection from the 90's.
15. Iron Man: The Animated Series
The one around which the great MCU would be built decades later, Tony Stark: Iron Man. Like many other characters, the animated series dedicated to him was my first contact with names like Mandarin, MODOK, Fin Fang Foom, but also War Machine, Scarlet Witch or Hawkeye. In retrospect, I'm fascinated by the way Marvel has managed to build such a large common animated universe, with crossovers between its series at a time when most of us didn't even know what it was.
16.Tom and Jerry
It is certainly among the most beloved cartoons. The series features the ongoing conflict between a cat named Tom and a mouse named Jerry. Unfortunately, their creator, Gene Deitch, passed away on the 20th of this month, but he certainly left behind the most beautiful memory a child could have.
He is a famous character in both comics and cartoons, portrayed as a rebellious sailor, full of muscle. He always pulls from a pipe and with the help of spinach he can receive superhuman powers.
18.Life with Louie
It's a cartoon about the life of Louie Anderson, an 8-year-old Wisconsin kid. He lives with his parents and siblings, and at school he is always mocked by Glen Glenn's enemy.
The action of this animated series takes place in a secret laboratory behind a library that Dexter, an 8-year-old boy passionate about science, created. He created the lab for all sorts of scientific experiments, but which his annoying sister, Dee Dee, always tries to sabotage.
20.Courage the cowardly dog
The animated series stars Courage (the puppy), Muriel (Courage's mistress) and Eustache (her husband). They all live on a farm in the middle of a Kansas city, where all sorts of weird things happen.
These are born thanks to Professor Utonim who created them in the laboratory, but who accidentally, in addition to the other elements, added the "element X". Due to this element, the three girls, Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercap, received superpowers, and now they are fighting with all the villains to protect the city of Townsville.
22.What's with Andy?
Andy Larkin is the main character in this animated series. The boy is in love with Lori Mackney and tries to impress her with all sorts of pranks, hence his nickname "master of pranks".
The action of this series revolves around the three teenagers from Beverly Hills: Sam, Clover and Alex. These girls secretly fight all sorts of criminals, coordinated by their boss and also the founder of the WHOOP secret agency, Jerry.
The animated series brings to the fore Johnny, a young blond, muscular, narcissistic, an irresistible man, a kind of Casanova today. Due to her physical appearance, she has the impression that she can have any woman on her feet, being the stereotype of the conquering man, but which is often rejected by women.
Together with his four friends (Shaggy, Velma, Fred and Daphne), Scooby travels all over the world in the Mystery Machine, to unravel the mysteries related to ghosts or other supernatural beings.
It presents the daily life of the two brothers, Wayne and Lucian, who are always arguing. Lucian is calmer and likes to spend time in the swamp, and Wayne is the restless family, a boy who does all sorts of pranks and always gets in trouble.
based on the primitive era, this animated series is about the adventures of the Flinstone family, Fred and his wife Wilma, and his neighbors Barney and Betty.
28.Ed, Edd n' Eddy
The action of these cartoons focuses on the three boys, Ed, Edd (Double D) and Eddy who live in a suburb of Peach Creek. They do all sorts of pranks to make money, but usually their pranks fail and their friends take revenge.
29.Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends
It's a cartoon series about the life of a little boy named Mac and his imaginary friend, Bloo. Bloo lives in Mrs. Foster's house with other imaginary friends waiting to be adopted by someone.
30.The grim adventures of Billy and Mandy
When Billy and Mandy were celebrating the tenth anniversary of Billy's hamster, Negri (a so-called personification of death) appeared to take the hamster's soul. Mandy refused to give the hamster and proposed a limbo game, and if the game was won by Negri, he would remain their friend forever.
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