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    The king of all animals, the lion inhabits grasslands and savannas in sub-Saharan Africa and Western India. This predator has the loudest roar of all the big cats. It's so thunderous it can get up to 114 decibels and can be heard from as far away as eight kilometres (five miles).

    A lion cub has been captured on video during what appears to be his first walk. The tiny cat that will grow up to be one of the most dangerous predators is trying to roar, but the sound comes out even softer than a kitten’s meow.

    This fuzzy little guy will surely brighten your day!

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