Lions and leopards normally don't get along, but one wild lioness — recently spotted nursing a leopard cub in Tanzania's Ngorongoro Conservation Area — apparently didn't get that memo.
A rare group of tree-climbing lions living in Uganda must range farther and farther to find enough prey to survive, a new study found.
Despite the buzz about two male lions participating in same-sex behavior, these wild cats are not gay and are instead showing a little male-male bromance.
A hunter recently crossed paths with a rare cat: a mountain lion with extra teeth and white whiskers on the top of its head, the Idaho Department of Fish and Game reported.
African lions will be protected by the Endangered Species Act, according to an announcement made Dec. 21, 2015, by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Lions are disappearing from large swaths of the African landscape, largely as a result of conflicts with humans and poaching of their prey species, new research suggests.
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