FOOTAGE OF MALE LION WALKING ON GREEN SCREEN.

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The African lion belongs to the genus Panthera alongside its cousins the tiger, jaguar, and leopard.

 

Quick facts:

Almost all wild lions can only be found in Africa, but a small subspecies can also be found in India. A male lion’s most recognizable feature is his mane, and no two are alike. Some are full and shaggy, flowing from around the face all the way down the chest. Others are fringey and lacking, barely framing the face.

 

A typical lion will have a muscular body with a broad chest, a short, rounded head, round ears, and a hairy tuft at the end of their tail. A male lion’s mane helps him look larger, and may serve to intimidate rivals or impress potential mates. A full-grown male lion will typically grow to be 6-7 feet (1.8–2.1 meters) long from the tip of his nose to the base of his tail, which itself can grow to 3 feet (1-meter) long. The average lion stands about 3.9ft (1.2 meters) high at the shoulder and can weigh anywhere from 370–500lbs (170–230 kg).

 

A female lion, or lioness, is typically much smaller, with a body length of 4.9 feet (1.5 meters), a shoulder height of 2.95-3.6 feet (0.9–1.1 meters), and a weight of 264-396 lbs (120–180 kg). The lion’s coat is short and varies in color from buff yellow, orange-brown, or silvery gray to dark brown, with a tuft on the tail tip that is usually darker than the rest of the coat.

 

 

Footage details: Lion green screen footage

An African lion walking toward the camera, shaking its head and trying to sit down, then walking to the right side. This lion footage was shot in 23.98fps on a RED camera, and is available today in 1080, 2K, 3K, and 4K.

 

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Lion green screen footage walking forward from the back

Lion green screen footage shaking its head

Lion green screen footage walking to the right side

 

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Lion walking forward from back and growling then exiting right

 

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