Lions live for X to XIV years in the wild, as in captivity they can be longer than twenty years. In the wild, males rarely live longer than ten years, as injuries confirmed from continual fighting with match males greatly reduce their longevity. They generally inhabit savanna and grassland, while they may take to bush and woods. Lions are remarkably social likened to other cats. A pride of lions belongs of related females and offspring and a little number of adult males. Groups of female lions generally hunt together, preying generally on large ungulates. Lions are apex and keystone predators, though they scavenge as chance allows. While lions do not generally hunt humans, some consume been known to do so.
It is strange that contact between man and lion. Nature is strange in some situations, because this is not so surprising.