A normal litter of lion cubs will range from one to four although in exceptional cases researchers have seen as many as nine. Any number larger than four reduces chances for survival as the mother only has four teats and would not be able to adequately provide for all the cubs. Even if the cubs were to survive infancy, the mother lion would never be able to provide enough meat for any more than four cubs to survive on.
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