Compare and contrast essay- Mya Wallace
Even though African lions and domestic cats are living a long way away from each other, they still have a lot in common and some clear differences.
Both creatures are part of the cat family, also known as the Felidae family. The Felidae family have pretty large eyes and excellent vision. The vision is so good that they can even see in the dark.
Both of the animals smell from their mouth. They do it because they can smell something strong and maybe tasty. Then they get a better whiff by opening their mouth wider.
The domestic cat's weight is 3.6 and 4.5kg. The height that they grow up to is 23 - 25cm that is smaller than a ruler. Without the tail, their length is 46 cm.
Domestic cats must eat meat for their diet because they are carnivores. Most of the nutrients are found in the animals only, making a vegetarian diet impossible for the domestic cats and more kind of cats.
The male adult lions are about 1.2 meters. Adult Felines are 1.1 meters high. The weight of the male lions are 190 kg and the felions are 130kg in adults.
Lions hunt with the group they live in named prides. Then at night they go in a group and then stalk and prey until one of the lions is close enough to pounce. Lioness makeup most of the hunting groups and often trap prey with their strong jaws.
Nearly all wild lions live in sub-saharan africa. But the one small population of the asian lion they exist in india’s Gir forest. Asian and african lions are subspecies of the same species asian lions once prowled from the middle east to india.
Mainly lions are small cats. They have some similarities and different sort of things.