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  Share your visits!
Posted by: TheLioness - 06-30-2014, 07:37 AM - Forum: Vacations and Holidays - Replies (15)
I thought this would be a great place to share pictures/videos of animals you have seen in zoos as well as any information you got from the zookeepers or owners! Also if you have pictures of cool or unique items you bought there.

I'll post some later.
 
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  Polar Bears - Data, Pictures and Videos
Posted by: sanjay - 06-29-2014, 11:06 PM - Forum: Bears - Replies (149)
Polar Bears are the largest land carnivores. They live extremely hard life and looks very cute and lovely. They are very strong predators and are able to hunt very large prey like beluga whales and walrus but their primary food source is fatty seals.

Despite of land carnivores they are marine animal and spend their time mostly in Arctic sea ecosystem. They are also excellent swimmers.

This thread is dedicated to these magnificent creatures, please share your data, picture and videos.
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  Experience with Wild Cats
Posted by: Pantherinae - 06-29-2014, 05:31 PM - Forum: Miscellaneous - Replies (103)
Do someone have experience with wild cats? Please share and tell us about that if you do have. 

I have seen tigers (ranthambore, bandavgarh) 
Lions (Krüger, Masai Mara) 
Leopard (Masai Mara, Krüger, ranthambore) 
Cheetah (Masai Mara) 
Lynx (Norway) 
Caracal (Krüger) 
Serval (Masai Mara) 

also my dad have seen alot of tigers, lions, leopards and Jaguars I'm so jealous! 
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  Spotted Hyena (Crocuta crocuta)
Posted by: Pantherinae - 06-28-2014, 03:53 AM - Forum: Canids (Canidae) & Hyaenids (Hyaenidae) - Replies (94)
Spotted hyenas have some cool pictures of them I would love to see them!
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  Leopard Directory
Posted by: Jubatus - 06-28-2014, 01:00 AM - Forum: Premier League - Replies (90)
Here is the Leopard Directory! 

Profiles will come soon!
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  Lion cannibalistic behavior
Posted by: Pantherinae - 06-27-2014, 11:38 PM - Forum: Lion - Replies (9)
Lions will sometimes be cannibals, I have seen male lions eat other male lions after a fight, just to prove a final act of dominance! But just resently I have heard lions sometimes will kill lions from other prides and eat them. If you have some interesting articles or pictures please share
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  Felines Hunting
Posted by: Jubatus - 06-26-2014, 09:04 PM - Forum: Wild Cats - Replies (78)
Please Share every photo or video you have of felines hunting, or felines with their kills, what feline it is, is up to you! every cat in the world is wanted!


 
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  Lion Directory
Posted by: Pantherinae - 06-26-2014, 06:02 PM - Forum: Premier League - Replies (235)
I loved the tiger directory! 
So I thougt it would bee cool to make a lion directory as there is of tigers aswell! So if someone has some lions start posting :-) 
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  Man-Animal Interaction: Conflict & Coexistance
Posted by: sanjay - 06-26-2014, 11:11 AM - Forum: Human & Nature - Replies (83)




A lucky motorist got away with just a SNAP on the wrist - after trying to move an 11ft alligator out of the road. Glen Taylor Bonin, 23, spotted the massive reptile blocking the road during an outing with pals. The carpenter and friends, Kacey Kole Mays, 21, Ricky LeBlanc, 24, attempted to move the alligator by first using their t-shirts to blindfold it. But Glen narrowly avoided serious injury when the irate beast clamps its jaws round his hand and shook him like a rag doll.

Footage: Glen Bonin, Producer: Jack McKay, Editor: Ian Phillips.

orginal source : https://in.news.yahoo.com/video/playlist...00566.html
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  Wild Boar
Posted by: peter - 06-25-2014, 09:16 AM - Forum: Carnivorous and Omnivores Animals, Excluding Felids - Replies (48)
1 - Turkey



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2 - Africa (giant forest hog, about 450 lbs.):



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