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3 yo, 250 kg weighted. I saw him and I can confirm the reliability of the weight

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young amur males (around 1 yo)

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amur male, probably 220+ kg

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same amur as above. I think he is around 6 yo

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3yo white kruger

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same amur male again. Very tall and long but lean

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prime kruger...huge...over 200 kg I think

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It is amazing how a 220-kg big cat can look similar to a 180-kg big cat, almost the same size but greater mass density!
"Polar bears are the world's largest extant mammalian predator. Despite their size, they are capable of feats none can compare to, including but not limited to: dragging a three-ton walrus with only its jaws."

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(05-29-2017, 02:38 AM)Polar Wrote: It is amazing how a 220-kg big cat can look similar to a 180-kg big cat, almost the same size but greater mass density!

Photos are misleading. They can tell you something about the robustness, but photos often give false impression about the lenght and height.
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(05-28-2017, 10:47 PM)Rishi Wrote:
(05-28-2017, 08:31 PM)Betty Wrote: White male Bengal tiger and female Siberian tiger.

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Is the caption info reliable?? The white one doesn't look like a male...
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& the other one doesn't look like a Siberian (from tail stripe pattern). Weird

April 2, 2015, White Tiger Marquis 1 year and 9 months, tigress and its age the same.


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This video was uploaded on September 27, 2016, so I think this period, the white tiger age is about 3 years old and 2 months.


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Big Cat Rescuers

https://www.facebook.com/bigcatrescue/ph...=3&theater


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Noah's Ark Animal Sanctuary

Tigress Lily and Liberty lion.


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https://www.instagram.com/p/su2M09QP2w/
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Udmurt Zoo

Siberian tiger and white Bengal couple.

http://www.izh.kp.ru/daily/26558/3577707/


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