Super Pride - Ep. 10
Tanzania's Serengeti National Park sustains one of the biggest lion populations in Africa: approximately 3,500 lions in 300 prides. One pride has 22 lions in all: they are called a “super pride”. Few lion prides reach this status!
In this issue of National Geographic Kids, you'll meet 20 supercute animals. Then find out how a lion's mane turned him into a star. You'll also get the scoop on South Korea, the Asian country is hosting the 2018 Winter Olympics. Plus get a free pullout poster. And check out the giveaway page from January 1 to 17 for a chance to win a copy of the National Geographic Kids book 1,000 Facts About Insects.
Other Stories in This Month's Issue:
- Bet You Didn't Know: Get wild facts about the color red.
- Amazing Animals: Meet a cat with cool eyes, a hero horse, and a sea lion that goes for a walk.
- Weird But True!: Learn fun facts you can share with your friends.
- Guinness World Records: Read astonishing stories about a family dog with a really big mouth and a giant globe made out of soap.
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