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.



The Northeast Congo Lion is a subspecies of the African lion. Its fur is short and can range from light grey, yellow or tan. It has a large body with uniform proportions, long limbs, and wide paws. The lion’s head is large and wide with a long nose bone and a black nose. Its ears are also short and round in shape. The Northeast Congo Lion has strong limbs and wide paws. Its tail is relatively long and has a cluster of dark long hair at the tip.


The Northeast Congo Lion mainly inhabits the Democratic Republic of the Congo, particularly the Wele River region in the eastern provinces. It can also be found in some parts of Uganda, Southeastern Central African Republic, and western Sudan. However, it used to also exist in Rwanda. Its habitat is located in the subtropical areas of the southern hemisphere, but it differs in each region. The areas have a dry and rainy season every year, and the rainy season frequently causes floods, which is the main natural disaster for the Northeast Congo Lion.


The Northeast Congo Lion is carnivorous and often uses ambush tactics to hunt other warm-blooded animals. In a lion pride, female lions are the primary hunters. They frequently hunt in groups and spread out in a fan shape to encircle their prey. The lions’ prey can vary, but they usually target medium to large ungulates like zebras, gazelles, and other types of antelopes.


Habits and Lifestyle

The Northeast Congo Lion typically lives in groups called prides. A pride consists of about eight to thirty members, on average seventeen. It usually includes several generations of female lions, at least one adult male, and some growing cubs. Female lions form the core of the pride and rarely leave their birthplace. A pride consists of two adult male lions, but only one is the leader. Lions try to avoid encounters with other prides, and male lions mark their territory with roaring and urine scents. They generally roar before hunting, which happens every evening and dawn. The pride’s territory can vary, and they mark their boundaries with excrement.

Mating Habits

A female lion’s gestation period typically lasts between 100 and 119 days and may lead to one to six cubs (usually two to four). When the cubs are born, they have reddish spots, especially on their abdomen and legs. When the cubs are about four weeks old, they start trying to eat meat, which the mother regurgitates for them. Cubs are weaned at around six or seven months old and lose their spots. Cubs stay with their mother until they reach about two years old, at which point male subadults face the challenge of independence. Female lions reach sexual maturity at around two to three years old, while male lions reach sexual maturity at around five to six years old.

The Owl and the Lion

Once upon a time, there was a big, ferocious lion in the jungle. Because he was strong, he bullied every other animal. The animals could no longer live in peace because of the lion. So, they decided to have a meeting where they could find a way to stop the lion from bothering them. “We need to get rid of this lion!” a hare said. “I believe we need to find a champion among us to go and teach him a lesson.” The animals roared and clapped but the tiger looked to the side, the elephant whistled, the rhino continued to read his book. No animal would volunteer to fight the lion. Until the owl came up and said, “Worry not my friends! I’ll fight the lion!” Some animals laughed. Some thought the owl was crazy. But since no one else volunteered, they accepted. The word that tomorrow morning, the owl would meet the lion at his den for a fight. When the lion heard the news, he rolled up laughing and laughing. So, the next day at sunrise, the lion was wide awake waiting for the owl. All the animals were also there but the owl didn’t show up. The minutes passed, the hours passed and still, no sign of the owl was there! The sun was starting to set and all the animals were starting to go home when finally the owl showed up. “Why are you so late?” screamed the lion. “I’m sorry, Mr Lion!” the owl said. “But on my way, I saw a huge lion and was so afraid of him. I had to wait until he went to sleep to come here! Oh, I’m glad I have to fight you and not him!” The lion could not believe what he was hearing. “A strong lion than me?” Take me to that lion immediately,”, he demanded. So, the owl took him to a nearby deep well. “Last time I saw hi,, he went inside!” said the owl. The lion sneaked inside the well and roared as loud as he could. Of course, his own reflection roared back and was magnified by the echo. The roar came five times louder! The stupid lion was so scared that he ran away as fast as he could, never to be seen again. Once again, the owl proved that “Begin Smart Is What Makes Us Stronger!”
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