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    do lions usually eat people or or do they usually hunt them out of self defence?

    I thought lions lived far from people so rarely ate people. I always thought they were dangerous though except to people who take care of them like the zoo tamers.

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    They are wild animals and their instinctive thoughts are to eat meat and stay alive. If they were seriously hungry or threatened by you, they would eat you. They wouldn't kill you for no reason though. It is possible that they could want to play with you (but they were being a bit too rough and you died).

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    they dont eat people at all. they're like all animals if people taunt them or make them upset the consequences could most likely be deadly.

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    There are definitely man eating lions

    They just usually eat people who live nearby

    Zoo animals are dangerous because they are wild animals that have lost the fear of man and will attack and kill if something triggers there attack mode
    The people that end up getting attacked are usually those that are silly enough to think that just because they aren't afraid they are tame or domesticated

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    Rarely ate people?? LOL --- Lions eat meat and people are made of meat..... Lions - self defense?? Lions arent afraid of anything....


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