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 fur of South African Lions varies in color from light buff to dark brown. They have rounded ears and a black tail tuft. The mane color varies from sandy, tawny, isabelline, and light reddish yellow to dark brown and black. The mane length varies from short to extending to knee joints and under the belly. Lions without a mane were observed in the Tsavo area. Mane development is related to age: older males have more extensive manes than younger ones; manes continue to grow up to the age of four to five years, long after lions become reproductively mature.


South African Lions are found in East and Southern Africa. They prefer to live in a semi-arid savanna, grasslands, and shrublands near water courses, where also prey species gather. They usually avoid acacia woodlands and areas with high human density.


South African Lions are hypercarnivores and prey foremost on ungulates such as gemsbok, Cape buffalo, Blue wildebeest, giraffe, Common eland, Greater kudu, nyala, Roan antelope, Sable antelope, etc. Their prey is usually in the range of 420-1,210 pounds.


Habits and Lifestyle

African Lions spend much of their time resting. They rest in order to save energy, in the absence of prey, or to escape the midday heat. African Lions are highly social animals, gathering in groups or prides, which include up to 3 male lions and multiple lionesses with their young. Prides are defended by males, who patrol and mark the territory. However, there’s harsh competition between males for the territory and position in the pride. In a case, if another male overcomes the leading male of the pride, he usually kills all cubs, sired by the previous male. Meanwhile, males do not tend to hunt due to their slow speed and eye-catching appearance. Instead, hunting is left to females of the pride, who hunt in groups, cooperating with each other during their hunting trips. The females are excellent hunters: they are faster and more agile than males, able to hunt down animals that are much bigger and faster than them.

Mating Habits

Generally, lions have a polygynous mating system, in which one male can mate with a number of females. They breed throughout the year with the peak period, occurring during the rainy season. The gestation period lasts from 110 to 119 days, yielding 3-6 cubs on average. The female gives birth in a hidden, solitary nursery. Reaching the age of 4-6 weeks, the cubs join the pride. Usually, all females of the pride feed and care for the young; when a mother female leaves the pride to hunt, another lactating female will feed her cubs. Weaning occurs at the age of 6-7 months, though the cubs typically stay close to their mother during the first two years of their lives. Males become reproductively mature at 5 years old while females reach maturity earlier, at 2.5-3 years of age.

Three South African Lions Arrive at Potawatomi Zoo in South Bend

The male, Kembe, and sisters Shaba and Shtuko are each about 10 years old. The zoo announced Friday that they all came from South Africa to the United States and have lived together as a pride since 2013. They’d come to Potawatomi Zoo from another facility that’s accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. The zoo says visitors will mostly see the trio in their indoor quarters for the first 30 days while the lions finish quarantine, a standard for all new arrivals at the zoo. The zoo expects to complete the lions’ outdoor habitat by mid-June to include paths and visitor fencing. Meanwhile, zoo officials say, there may be times when the lions are kept to the back or the exhibit is blocked off for construction. “It’s been three years since we started developing this lion habitat, and we’re so grateful for the community support that’s led to this moment,” zoo Executive Director Josh Sisk said. Found on the east side of the zoo in what had been the chimpanzee habitat, it’s known as the Wilma and Peter Veldman Family Lion Habitat. It was part of a campaign to bring giraffes and lions. “Our top priority is the physical and mental welfare of our animals,” Sisk said of the quarantine. “The zoo keepers will start working with the lions right away. Training and rewards will help build a close bond between the lions and keepers, which is crucial to big cat care.”
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