Biden puts U. Biologists with the National Park Service believe that the two male kittens and one female kitten are the first litter for the three-year-old mother, P, and that the presumed father, P, may be a first-time father who may have brought genetic diversity into the species' population in the Santa Monica Mountains. P is a male mountain lion born around December who is known to roam between the Simi Hills and the Santa Monica Mountains. He is the only living tracked lion in the area that biologists say has found a way to cross back and forth over or under the Freeway.
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But there is something about the majestic look of lions. Take a look at the adorable clip below from their Facebook page they shared earlier this month. I agree that costumes are not typical or necessary for a cat, but you must admit that this ad for the lions is downright adorable! And if you were wondering, the kittens featured in the video were available for adoption at the time of the shoot. Judging by their overall adorableness, hopefully they landed themselves furever homes not long after. Since the lions arrived earlier in the year, zookeepers have been working behind the scenes to help them settle in, implementing a daily routine that involves structured play, eating 5 to 12 pounds a day of protein like fish, frozen quail and rabbit, and napping for about 20 hours a day, according to Madi Marullo, one of the animal care specialists at Audubon Zoo.
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Jan 10, Lions. While other big cats choose to live alone, lions are very sociable animals and live together in a family group called a pride. A pride usually has about 13 lions in it, but there can be as many as 30; mums, dads, brothers and sisters, aunts, uncles and cousins, all living together. Often individual lions or small groups spend days away from the pride, particularly when looking for food or water. They say hello by rubbing heads and licking; just like we hug and kiss the members of our own family.