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A General Theory of the Size of Tigers

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In the past, GuateGojira created a comparison of the size of the tigers.
It includes records measured by scientists and reliable historical records.
According to it, the tiger's total length is up to 315cm, its body length is up to 221cm, its standing height is up to 114cm and its weight up to 272kg

But I think tigers can be grow up to 225cm(in body length)(Mazak, 1983), 115cm high(in standing height)(Baikov, 1925) and weigh up to 320kg.

How much do you think tigers can grow to?
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