Realistic Bentley Licensed

Designed with working LED head and tail lights, opening swing-up doors, and horn sounds, the 12V electric Bentley ride-on allows your kids to move forward and backward easily to enjoy luxury driving.

Priority to Safety

Sturdy PP motorized vehicle comes with a safety belt, soft start, and rear spring suspensions, ensuring comfort and safety. Children aged 3-8 years can enjoy a stable driving journey on most terrains.

Perfect Gift with Fun

Multifunctional with light-up dashboard, inbuilt music, stories, USB, MP3, Bluetooth, and power display. The 4 wheels will allow you to connect your devices for educational materials and favorite tunes.


Dual Driving Modes

With both manual and remote control, the battery-powered car toy can be easily operated by your little one by the steering wheel and pedal while parents can also steer the speed and direction at a distance.



Asiatic Lions have fluffier fur than their African relatives, with longer hair on the spike at the end of the tail and on the elbow. Both males and females have distinctly folded skin on the abdomen. Asiatic Lions are the smallest of all lion subspecies, with males weighing 160-190 kg and females weighing 110-120 kg. The Asiatic Lion’s fur ranges in colour from ruddy-tawny, heavily speckled with black, to sandy or buffish grey, sometimes with a silvery sheen in certain lighting.


The Gir Forest in Gujarat (India) is the major area of Asiatic Lions’ distribution. In fact, the Wildlife Sanctuary (Western Gujarat) and the dry deciduous forest of Gir National Park are currently the only habitat for these animals.


Asiatic Lions are carnivores. They mainly feed on wild boars, buffaloes, antelopes, and deer. They also regularly visit specific sites within the protected area to scavenge dead livestock dumped by Maldhari livestock herders.


Habits and Lifestyle

The Asiatic Lion is a sociable and communicative animal. These lions congregate into small social units called prides. The prides can contain only 2 adult females whereas those of African lions may include 4-6 adult females. The largest unit of Asian lionesses, ever recorded, consisted of just 5 females. However, male lions are not as sociable as females, joining the pride mainly for mating and on a large kill. Although hunting takes cooperation, adult males don’t tend to take part in it. In areas with little vegetation, lions go hunting at night, while in areas with thick vegetation, they can hunt during the daytime. Asian lions are comparably passive for most of the day: they can rest and sleep 20 hours per day. Lions have a large repertoire of vocalizations. Most of them are variations of growling, snarling, meowing, and roaring. Other sounds produced include purring, puffing, bleating, and humming. Roaring is used for advertising their presence. Lions most often roar at night and can be heard from many miles away.

Mating Habits

Asiatic Lions are polygynous, meaning that a male can mate with more than one female. There’s no mating season for Asian lions; they mate at any time of year. The period of gestation lasts from 100 to 119 days with intervals of 18-26 months between births. As a general rule, the female gives birth to 1-6 cubs. Young start eating meat when they reach 3 months of age. However, they keep on suckling for another 3 months, thus being breastfed for up to 6 months. The cubs learn to hunt for 9 months, becoming independent at the age of 1 year. Males reach maturity at 5 years old while females – a little earlier – at 3-4 years old.

Indian State to Open New Asiatic Lion Sanctuary as Numbers Soar

Lion conservation efforts in the Indian state of Gujarat have been so successful that a new sanctuary will be opened to house the abundant numbers of big cats. Gir national park is home to the world’s only Asiatic lion population and the only place outside Africa where a lion can be seen in its natural habitat. The number of the endangered animals has risen so high – with about 400 in Gir and 300 in other parts of the state – that Gir has been overcrowded for years. Lack of space has forced lions to stray into villages and coastal areas. Conservationists have been pleading with the Gujarat government to move some lions to other parts of India to give those in Gir enough breathing space. Keeping so many of one species in the same place also makes the animal vulnerable to infectious diseases. But the state government has resisted the demand, prompting criticism it is being possessive about the lions to the point of disregarding their best interests. Authorities resisted a 2013 supreme court ruling ordering them to move some lions to a sanctuary in the neighbouring state of Madhya Pradesh. The ruling said a move was essential to prevent a disease from potentially wiping out the entire population. Now Gujarat has said some lions will be moved out of Gir, although only to another place within the state, Barda Wildlife Sanctuary. The new home will take about 40 lions and is being prepared for its new residents.
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