found at http://cbs.umn.edu/blogs/cbs-connect/beyond-cecil-lions-conservation-and-controversy
The lion is huge at a height of 3.9ft., length at 8.2ft., and weighs 420 pounds! They are facinating creatures that are lethal when they need to be. The lions are usally known as killers, but some have been tamed by professionals to be calm, almost like house cats. Matter in fact, the lion is apart of the cat family,called felidae. However, just like cats, not all could be tamed and people should be careful if they attempt it, which I would recommend NOT doing that due to the chances of it working are very, very slim.
Goes to: http://www.awf.org/wildlife-conservation/lion
There are quite a few different lions in the wild, which will be listed as the type of lion and where it usually is found
Only a handful out of the many lions were chosen in the list.