A lion family rests at the Tbilisi Zoo in Tbilisi, Georgia, Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017. Scientists have disagreed on why lions sometimes turn to consuming human flesh. But some researchers suggested in an analysis Wednesday that it might not be because of how we taste — it might be because of their teeth.
A lion family rests at the Tbilisi Zoo in Tbilisi, Georgia, Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017. Scientists have disagreed on why lions sometimes turn to consuming human flesh. But some researchers suggested in an analysis Wednesday that it might not be because of how we taste — it might be because of their teeth. Shakh Aivazov AP
A lion family rests at the Tbilisi Zoo in Tbilisi, Georgia, Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017. Scientists have disagreed on why lions sometimes turn to consuming human flesh. But some researchers suggested in an analysis Wednesday that it might not be because of how we taste — it might be because of their teeth. Shakh Aivazov AP