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What is the difference between Lions and Tigers?

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Answered Jul 11, 2019

One of the most apparent distinctions between lions and tigers is their coat. The lion is tan, with a long dark mane and a tiger is orange with brown or black stripes on its body. Tigers can tend to be larger than lions, and a full-grown male tiger can outweigh a lion by as much as 100 pounds. Lions and tigers are both classified as cats, and they are both carnivores. A lion's habitat range is in Africa and India.

One of the most apparent distinctions between lions and tigers is their coat. The lion is tan, with
A tiger's habitat range is from South India to Bangladesh, Southeast, and Eastern Asia. Lion's may have a large brain, but tigers have an even bigger mind. The lifespan of a lion is twelve years, while the lifespan of a tiger is fifteen to twenty years.

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