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Question: Do you agree that lions are exactly the same as cats just bigger and more wild? :-)
cat, lion, taxonomy
Asked by chloecoverdalex to Kevin, Jo, Valeria on 14 Jun 2012. This question was also asked by littlemisslipgloss98.
answered on 14 Jun 2012:
No I do not!
Lions and cats are closely related but they are importantly, seperate species with many differences besides size alone!
Louise commented on 15 Jun 2012:
I totally disagree with this! They are indeed a completely different species, with different appearances, different behaviours and different genetics.
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