Lion Coloring Pages

Which child does not dream of one day experiencing a safari in Africa? Or to drive through a safari park by car? Children love stories of wild animals. Here you can print out more pictures of the lion. Afterward, color them with your pens.

No other animal has as much respect from man as the lion. The impressive cat of prey stands for power, beauty, endurance, and pride. And yet the lion is in massive danger, especially from human intervention.

Lion Coloring Pages

Lion Coloring Pages

Lion Coloring Pages

Lion Cub Coloring Pages

Lion Cub Coloring Pages

Lion Cubs Coloring Pages

Lion Cubs Coloring Pages

Lion Face Coloring Pages

Lion Face Coloring Pages

Lion Family Coloring Pages

Lion Family Coloring Pages

Lion Gaurd Coloring Pages

Lion Gaurd Coloring Pages

Lion Guard Coloring Pages

Lion Guard Coloring Pages

Adult Coloring Pages Lion

Adult Coloring Pages Lion

Baby Lion Coloring Pages

Baby Lion Coloring Pages

Cartoon Lion Coloring Pages

Cartoon Lion Coloring Pages

Coloring Pages Lion King

Coloring Pages Lion King

Coloring Pages Lion

Coloring Pages Lion

Coloring Pages Of The Lion King

Coloring Pages Of The Lion King

Cute Lion Coloring Pages

Cute Lion Coloring Pages

Disney Coloring Pages Lion King

Disney Coloring Pages Lion King

Disney Lion King Coloring Pages

Disney Lion King Coloring Pages

Free Lion Coloring Pages

Free Lion Coloring Pages

Free Lion King Coloring Pages

Free Lion King Coloring Pages

Free Printable Lion Coloring Pages

Free Printable Lion Coloring Pages

Library Lion Coloring Pages

Library Lion Coloring Pages

Lion Adult Coloring Pages

Lion Adult Coloring Pages

Lion Coloring Pages For Adults

Lion Coloring Pages For Adults

Lion Coloring Pages For Kids

Lion Coloring Pages For Kids

Lion Coloring Pages For Toddlers

Lion Coloring Pages For Toddlers

The lion belongs to the cat family. Its weight reaches 275 kg, and its length is 3-3.5 m. He is one of the largest predators on the African continent, which still causes fear to humans. The lion paid a high price for its reputation as a fierce predator and was exterminated in many former habitats.

What seems inconceivable is already a reality in some regions of Africa: the lions are acutely threatened! In the past, the second-largest feline predator on earth was even at home in southern Europe and the Balkans.

Lion Coloring Pages

Printable Lion Coloring Pages

Printable Lion Coloring Pages

Realistic Lion Coloring Pages

Realistic Lion Coloring Pages

Simba Lion King Coloring Pages

Simba Lion King Coloring Pages

The Lion Guard Coloring Pages

The Lion Guard Coloring Pages

The Lion King Coloring Pages

The Lion King Coloring Pages

Lion Head Coloring Pages

Lion Head Coloring Pages

Lion King 2 Coloring Pages

Lion King 2 Coloring Pages

Lion King Coloring Pages Online

Lion King Coloring Pages Online

Lion King Coloring Pages Simba And Nala

Lion King Coloring Pages Simba And Nala

Lion King Coloring Pages Simba

Lion King Coloring Pages Simba

Lion King Coloring Pages

Lion King Coloring Pages

Lion King Hyena Coloring Pages

Lion King Hyena Coloring Pages

Lion King Printable Coloring Pages

Lion King Printable Coloring Pages

Lion King Scar Coloring Pages

Lion King Scar Coloring Pages

Lion King Simba Coloring Pages

Lion King Simba Coloring Pages

Lion Mandala Coloring Pages

Lion Mandala Coloring Pages

Mountain Lion Coloring Pages

Mountain Lion Coloring Pages

In ancient times, the lion’s habitat was much more extensive than the present. Asian lions were found in some southern European countries and throughout the Middle East as far as India. The African lion lived in Africa, except in the Sahara desert.

Another subspecies of lion lived in North America (the American lion). But the constant extermination and destruction of natural habitat by humans led to the fact that until the end of the twentieth century, the Asian species was almost exterminated, and the range of the African lion remained only in tropical Africa.

In Asia, it lives in the same state of India, Gujarat. Indian lions live in shrub forests mixed with dry sand shrouds. In total, there are 523 Asian lions left in nature. The subspecies is on the verge of extinction.

The African Lion is distributed in Burkina Faso, Namibia, Ethiopia, Senegal, Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, Angola, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zimbabwe, Zaire, Nigeria, Zambia.

The largest population of African lions lives in Burkina Faso, with about 850-1650 individuals. In Africa, there are approximately 30-35 thousand lions in the wild, which is half as less than in 1970, which gives grounds to consider them an endangered species.

Most often, an African lion is found in the savannah territories with rarely growing acacia and bushes, where the animal can shelter from the scorching sun and raise their offspring.