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Synonyms for lion

Synonyms for lion

Synonyms for lion

large gregarious predatory feline of Africa and India having a tawny coat with a shaggy mane in the male

a celebrity who is lionized (much sought after)

(astrology) a person who is born while the sun is in Leo

the fifth sign of the zodiac

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The documents were issued for eight slain African lions and 18 African elephants, a Freedom of Information request revealed.
Here we have the life cycle stories of a baby platypus, an African elephant, a koala from Australia, a golden lion tamarind monkey, a Pacific gray whale, a least shrew, a hooded seal, a Mexican free-tailed bat, an African lion, a polar bear, a hippopotamus, an orangutan, and a human being.
Aurora announced its plans to buy 66,691,417 shares in Predictive Discovery from African Lion at $0.
The Bubal hartebeest is extinct; the scimitar horned oryx is extinct in the wild; and the African wild dog and African lion have vanished from the Sahara.
7, a 24-year-old Seattle woman was mauled to death by a 350-pound African lion inside a case.
Summary: A coalition of wildlife campaigners are seeking to have the African lion placed on the US endangered status list for animals.
FRESH START: The eight-month-old African lion cubs relax after arriving at their new home
The dog was said to be a Rhodesian Ridgeback, otherwise known as African Lion Hound for their fearless ability to keep lions at bay.
Jodie is a beautiful African lion whose life is under threat because of suspected BSE, or the feline equivalent.
A recent study found that the West African lion population is critically imperiled with roughly 400 lions in total found in only four protected areas (down from 21 in 2005).
2013: Realm of the Lions - a new themed drive-through African lion exhibit - was opened in the animal reserves to mark the 40th anniversary.
The female African lion cubs, were born at the park on October 5 2009, have been nicknamed Layla, Libby and Lizzy.
But in 2010 she decided to make a change when she applied to volunteer with the African Lion and Environmental Research Trust (ALERT).
DUBLIN Zoo has said farewell to its last remaining African Lion after one of the most long-standing residents had to be put to sleep.
The joint statement insists on the shared commitment of Morocco and the US in favor of stability and security in Africa, recalling that the African Lion military maneuvers wound up reflects a vision of a consolidated cooperation meant to strengthen security of the peoples of the region.