By Josie October 17th, 2023
A lion taking a water break is a pretty common sight – but have you ever seen twenty lions line up and having a drink all at the same time?
This adorable lineup is symbolic of the important place each of them hold within the comlex structure of their pride.
The lion pride takes up almost all available space on the river bank, they are all tightly packed together, rubbing shoulder against shoulder.
Every touch, every shared sip of water, strengthens the ties that bind them.
Lion prides vary in size, often influenced by the availability of food and water.
The structure within a lion pride is defined by a clear hierarchy that is crucial for the group’s survival and efficiency.
Males, typically fewer, are primarily responsible for the protection of the territory and the pride.
Females are the primary hunters of the pride. They work collaboratively, employing strategic and coordinated efforts to capture prey.