The leow [OE leo] Panthera leo is one of the four big cats in the ilk Panthera, and a limb of the inherd Felidae. With some man-wights outreaching 250 kg (550 lb) in weight, it is the next-greatest living cat after the tiger. Wild leows nowly live in Nether-Saharan Highsunland and in Sunriseland with an ernestly plightened leftover stock in 'Gir Weald Thedely Eddish' in India, having fordwined from North Highsunland and Southwest Sunriseland in bygone times. Till about 10,000 years ago, the leow was the most widespread great land sucklewight after mankind.
Leows live for ten to fourteen years in the wild, while in haftedness they can live longer than twenty years. In the wild, man-wights seldom live longer than ten years, as wounds brought about from endless fighting with foely man-wights greatly lessen their lifespan.