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  The Java Tiger (Panthera tigris sondaica)
Posted by: peter - 04-27-2014, 03:13 AM - Forum: Tiger - Replies (86)
Post information about the Java tiger in this thread. Same for the Balinese tiger, now considered a subspecies of Panthera sondaica.
 

 
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  The Caspian Tiger (Panthera tigris virgata)
Posted by: peter - 04-27-2014, 03:12 AM - Forum: Tiger - Replies (9)
Post information about this subspecies in this thread.
 
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  The South-Chinese Tiger (Panthera tigris amoyensis)
Posted by: peter - 04-27-2014, 03:11 AM - Forum: Tiger - Replies (7)
Post information on this subspecies here.
 

 
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  New thread ideas & requests
Posted by: sanjay - 04-26-2014, 11:14 PM - Forum: Suggestion, Feedback and Complaint - Replies (10)
@peter , @GuateGojira , @Apollo and other users, Can we start some threads which have details of different sub species of tigers ? And more similar threads about Lion, wolfs, leopard, etc. ?
I am thinking of something like having their pictures, and necessary information like size, weight, region etc. and a comparative analysis
 
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  New study on Pleistocene cave lion and hyena interaction
Posted by: Richardrli - 04-24-2014, 07:40 PM - Forum: Pleistocene Big Cats - Replies (2)
A new paper published in February this year by Dr. Diedrich on the fierce competion for food and living space between cave hyenas and cave lions in late Pleistocene Europe. Europe certainly was one of a hell place during the last Ice Age!
http://www.hindawi.com/journals/paleonto...14/106203/
 
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  Small Wild Cats
Posted by: peter - 04-24-2014, 07:13 AM - Forum: Wild Cats - Replies (173)
1 - ASIAN GOLDEN CAT (photographed at about 12.000 feet)



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  How to Tag or Mention other users in your post
Posted by: sanjay - 04-23-2014, 11:11 PM - Forum: Tips, Guides, Tutorial & Technical Problem - Replies (2)
Note: This tutorial is update for new editor on 23-Oct-2015
While writing a post you can mention or tag a user or member, by mentioning a member you send them notification that they should pay attention on the post you just mentioned them. So how to do this?

While writing a post, if you want to mention or tag a user start with at symbol ("@") follow by his username. So if you want to mention a member having username "xyzabc", just type @xyzabc and you are done.
But if there is space in username, for example "Xyz Abc" then use double quote around username like this - @"Xyz Abc" and you are done. You can use double quote on above example also, but it is not required if username has no space between them.

Note: Username should be type exactly as it is, please pay attention to spellings, spaces and capital or small letters in username. If it did not match with exact username it will not work. Username is located below the image of member in posts.

Using this method will send an alert to the mentioned or tagged members about the post you tagged them.
Let me know if you need any help
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  Tiger Directory
Posted by: Apollo - 04-23-2014, 03:17 PM - Forum: Premier League - Replies (1068)
This is a directory to identify wild tigers.
Thanks to Phantera for bringing up this idea.
If anyone have more info on these tigers or any new tigers, do post it and share it so we can update it and create new profiles.


 


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  River and lake
Posted by: peter - 04-22-2014, 08:32 AM - Forum: Aquatic Animals and Amphibians - Replies (35)
1 - CROCS

This book has a number of remarkable photographs:



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  The Great Apes
Posted by: peter - 04-22-2014, 08:29 AM - Forum: Herbivores Animals - Replies (239)
Quite disgusting, but in those days it wasn't not uncommon to hunt gorillas:



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