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As the sun sets on the African Savannah, lionesses can be spotted prowling the open land, hunting and making kills, often as a group. Males are more often lounging around during this time, leading some observers to the assumption that they’re lazy, poor hunters, and take advantage of the females’ kills as their food source, says Scott Loarie, of the Carnegie Institution for Science. However, when Loarie heard repeated anecdotes of naturalists coming upon males successfully making kills in more hidden areas, he began to suspect that they’re not such bad hunters after all, but might have a different strategy than females.