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Lions are not preyed upon by any other animal which probably explains their arrogance and disregard for other species. Apparently, this also explains why they have no stripes or spots—no need for camouflage—although they do have spots when they are young. Resting during the day, they display strong family ties with much mutual rubbing, licking and body contact. Their uninterrupted life of sleeping, eating and breeding would suggest a population explosion but the illusion of peaceful cooperation disappears a soon as food is available. Then, survival of the fittest is the maxim. Recent apparent soulmates spit and snarl and swipe at each other and any lion not in top condition will go hungry without pricking the conscience of its fellow.