Lion fledglings are brought into the world with brownish dark spots which at last vanish as they become more seasoned. At the point when the time has come to conceive an offspring a lioness leaves her pride and has her lion whelps in thick cover. Offspring stay covered up for one to two months prior to being acquainted with the remainder of the pride. Lion offspring begin strolling at 10 to 15 days old. Fledglings are brimming with life. It is significant that they play with different youths, proprietors, different pets, as this encourages them to bond. When playing, a whelp can frequently be seen jumping on another’s back and gnawing their neck. In spite of the fact that this looks unpleasant, to them it is simply fun. Despite the fact that they don’t understand however, this is exceedingly significant practice for when they grow up and start to chase enormous creatures, Female lions, lionesses, can bring forth offspring throughout the entire year, as a rule from the period of around three or four years of age. Pregnancy goes on for around 110 to 120 days.
In the long run, when the time has come to conceive an offspring, lionesses leave their family pride to locate a private sanctum in the safe house of shrubs, or even a cavern yet when in a haven, an ideal spot is accommodated them.
This is the place where the whelps will be conceived and remain until they are mature enough to join the pride.