Are lions tails longer than cheetahs tails?



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    Yes. Taken at face value, the lion has the larger tail of the two. A lion’s tail can be anywhere from 27 to 41 inches, while a cheetah’s is generally more in the range of 35 inches.

    However, a cheetah has a longer tail in proportion to the rest of its body — it’s tail is as long as 2/3 of it’s entire body (lions’ tails are generally only 1/5 as long as the rest of their body).

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