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Results suggest four lineages of lion populations: one from Kenya, one from Southern Africa, one from Central and North Africa to Asia, and one from Southern and East Africa.Lions with such smaller manes were also known in the Syrian region, Arabian peninsula and Egypt, whereas Barbary and Cape lions had underbelly hair.In contrast, a relief from Nineveh in the Mesopotamian Plain shows a lion with underbelly hair.A fossil carnassial found in the Batadomba Cave indicates that Panthera leo sinhaleyus inhabited Sri Lanka during the late Pleistocene, and is thought to have become extinct around 39,000 years ago.This subspecies was described by Deraniyagala in 1939. A phylogeographic analysis based on mt DNA sequences of lions from across their entire range indicates that Sub-Saharan African lions are phylogenetically basal to all modern lions.The first wave of lion expansion is thought to have occurred about 118,000 years ago from East Africa into West Asia, and the second wave at the transition of Pleistocene and Holocene periods from Southern Africa towards East Africa.