Which animal is most likely to eat you?

Zoo animals are more likely to take a bite than any other animal, a new study shows.

The study, published in the Journal of Experimental Biology, compared how frequently different species ate the same prey during their lifetime.

They found that the lion, the tiger and the leopard were all equally likely to nibble at the same food.

“When the lion is in a particularly good condition, its prey can be relatively easy to consume,” said lead researcher Laura Cappellini, a PhD candidate in evolutionary biology at Cornell University.

“That makes it very tempting for them to eat the lion.”

Cappelloni and her colleagues used captive lion cubs at the Cornell Zoo to assess how the animals were eating.

They fed the cubs pellets containing various prey, such as mice, rats and small rodents, to assess their eating habits and to measure the animals’ immune systems.

They then used this information to predict the amount of time they would eat each prey item.

They found that lions had more successful hunting strategies in the first month of life, but that it only slowed down in adulthood, with the animals only consuming 1 per cent of the prey each day.

This meant that they would only eat about 3 per cent each day if their food supply were constantly interrupted.

Cappllini said this could explain why some of the animals would consume a lot of prey during a few months in the wild.

“We know that lions have to be very close together in the zoo, so they are more vulnerable to predators,” she said.

“When they are away from each other, they don’t eat as much.

If they eat more than one prey item, they can be vulnerable to predation.”

In their study, the researchers compared the behavior of different species to what happens when a lion eats the same meal.

The lions, for instance, were more likely than other animals to chew the same type of food as they had been eating for many years, the study found.

They also were more frequently found in a group of other lions eating similar prey, with each individual eating twice as much as the other lions.

While the lion’s eating habits are not necessarily the best indicators of its overall health, they provide a useful comparison, said co-author Matthew Meehan, a senior research associate in evolutionary genetics at the University of California, Santa Cruz.

“The more we understand about the behavior, the better we can predict the disease risk for a particular species,” Meean said.

While lions have been known to be aggressive and dangerous to other animals in the past, their diet was so diverse in the study that they weren’t as predictable.

“They were really different species in their food preferences,” Miehan said.

This suggests that the lions’ diet was not a one-size-fits-all solution for their health, Mee, Capplli and their colleagues wrote.

The study suggests that it may be important to keep track of a lion’s diet to understand its overall behavior.

“What we’re trying to say is, we have a lot more to learn from this,” Moo said.

Meehan and his co-authors have been studying the behavior and health of lions since the 1970s.

They are the first to compare a lion to another species, so the research has broad implications for understanding how lions live their lives, and the overall health of the lion population.