Information for kids about lion habitats includes that lions are majestic creatures that inhabit several types of terrain, particularly those that provide them with opportunities to both stalk prey and hide from predators. While they are most common in Africa, a small sect of the species lives in India.
Lions live in many types of terrain, including, but not limited to, woodlands, grasslands, bush and savannahs. They also reside in captivity in zoos and animal sanctuaries around the world. Lions in the wild rarely make it past age 10, while those in captivity can live up to age 25.
One of the most famous lion habitats is the Serengeti. The Serengeti is in Africa, and it spans from Tanzania to Kenya. It consists of two sections: the grassy, brush-covered plains and the typically cooler highlands. Lions inhabit the plains. Temperatures range from 59 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Climate-wise, it is typically dry, although there is plenty of rain during the periods of March to May and October to November.
Lion habitats, called "territories," span more than 100 miles. Each pride inhabits a territory. The pride consists of 10 to 20 lions, which is a mix of females, their cubs, and up to three adult males.