Your screen is to small to play this online lion game.
A funny typing game! Type as fast as you can to avoid be eat by the lion. Type out the correct spelling of each word. Higher levels get progressively more difficult. Have fun!
Do you think lions are fun, and do you also like to play cool web games? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our free Lion Typing game online. Am I right? ;)
Use your computer keyboard and type out the correct spelling of each word.
This free and fun online game provides practice typing excercises, or lessons to help kids or adults improve their typing speed but it doesnt feel like work! Before, after, or in between playing other animal webgames, you can increase your keyboard skills. This will not only help you to be better at the other interactions on this website, but will help you with your overall use of the computer. There are several long and short words to type that will strenghten your brain to finger connections. Doing this often may also improve your ability to spell complicated words. It is a peaceful way to spend a little down time and although you may find it easy at times and challenging at others, it may just help you relax.
According to Wikipedia, there are many interesting lion facts to learn. I will summarize a few pieces of this information in the following 9 sentences. The closest relatives to a lion are the tiger, the jaguar, and the leopard. What do they eat? These giant felines rarely eat prey they caught by themselves, as they prefer dead animals that are found after either a natural death. It is not unusual for lions to play the game of stealing their meat after other animals, like hyenas, have already killed it. It is exciting to know that these magnificent creatures can weigh as much as 550 pounds but only live about 10 years in the wild. They do however live around 20 years in captivity. Where do they live? As far as their natural habitat goes, not many lions are found living naturally in Detroit, unless you go to the zoo. The African savannah is where most of these wild cats are found living.