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An Asiatic lion and two Bengal tigers in captivity at Bannerghatta National Park, India. Both the lion and the tiger have fearsome eugène lion PDF in their native areas in relation to prey, sympatric predators, and people.

Both may prey on humans, though rates of man-eating tend to be higher for the tiger. The lion is usually a highly social animal while the tiger is solitary. It is agreed that the tiger is faster, smarter and more ferocious, and that keepers of captive tigers must constantly fear sudden attack. Lions may roam in prides of up to 30 individuals headed by a mature male or group of related males, until an incumbent male is killed or driven away by a new male leader. The majority of single roaming lions tend to be males preparing for maturation and assimilation with a new or existing pride. While male lions are generally larger and stronger than female lions, it is the close-knit female pride alliance that typically hunts and provides for the pride. More specifically, however, the Asiatic lion has similarities and differences with both its African relative and the tiger.

For example, Asiatic lions are social like their African relatives, and females may be promiscuous. Currently, India is the only country confirmed to have both wild lions and tigers. Despite their social nature, lions might have competed with tigers on an individual basis, as they would with each other. Apart from the possibility of competition, there are legends of Asiatic lions and tigers breeding to produce hybrid offspring, which would be ligers or tigons. Indian lion, but he dismissed this view as ‘fanciful’.

According to him, there was evidence that tigers inhabited the Subcontinent, before lions. In addition to historical recordings, clashes between lions and tigers were reported or even caught on camera, in the 19th and 20th centuries. Roman Emperor Titus had Bengal tigers compelled to fight African lions, and the tigers always beat the lions. In July 1808, Sylvanus Urban said that Mr Bolton had a friend who claimed to have seen a fight between the lion and tiger at a circus in Verona.

Though the tiger had attacked first, it yielded to the stronger lion. In 1830, a tiger attacked a lion at a menagerie in Turin, Rome. Despite having attacked first, the lion got it on its back, and used its jaws to hold the tiger’s throat. British officer, who resided many years at Sierra Leone, saw many fights between lions and tigers, and that the tiger ‘universally’ won. In 1857, an 18-month-old tiger at the Bromwich Zoo broke into the cage of an adult lion. The pair fought, and the young tiger ripped the lion’s stomach. Gunga’, which belonged to the King of Oude, killed thirty lions, and destroyed another after being transferred to the zoological garden in London.