Lions breed about every two years. It takes two years for young cubs to become independent of their mother, after which a mother lioness will be ready to mate and raise more young again.
Buggirl got it, but I would also like to add that a lot lions mate so that the birth of their cubs coincide with the birth of the grazing animals they hunt. This is so food will be plentiful when the cubs are born.
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