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Battle Scarred

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Pench male leopard



Mugga male from Bandipur

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Lightning male with an ugly fresh wound.



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"A male leopard who got into a scrap with another male, rests up a tree. He was successful in killing a warthog soon afterwards"


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Barry's Bush Life
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Scarface male

Pantanal - MT

photo: Alejandro Insegna

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Jorge male with his remarkable scar.

credits: Jami Tarris

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Imagine the other male when the victor looks like this from Kabini:

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Mugga male, Bandipur.

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Tupã male with what appears to be skull bite marks over his head.


Fazenda Caiman - South Pantanal - Brazil



Whatever it was, this dude have gotten involved into some very intense battles for sure.


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Juru male



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''A male jaguar shows his battle scars after surfacing from the Pantanal river in Mato Grosso jaguars are arguably the best swimming big cats and can regularly take down caiman, anacondas and capybara. To me they represent the ultimate embodiment of what it means to be a large predator: stealth, physical strength and camouflage. These cats are on the comeback trail in Brazil’s Pantanal with many ranchers choosing tolerance over persecution of these cats. The reason: they are worth millions to the photo ecotourism sector.''

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Benna Male lion resembles scar from lion king

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Another battled scarred gouged out eye, male lion One-Eye

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Found this on Instagram 

https://www.instagram.com/p/CN2r2FIA6r7/?utm_medium=share_sheet
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old tarzan with some nasty wounds this month [color=var(--secondary-text)]=AZXI7O3vrerk2vqGr6RtNsa0EsPQ81yDh-UFEukqVAE_ak5NpiF9fgwwtzWQ8UVZ9d7EhIIZ7YrVRVREAP8fE3WxDsX4bBZ3F-3EeOyA5CrVGXOgkSzU0kGn-RrjQMXvS3FbZwpCzCL16NZFcVh_OdmW&__tn__=-UC*F]Ramprasad Inwate Pench[/color]
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(10-06-2021, 01:15 AM)Rage2277 Wrote:
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old tarzan with some nasty wounds this month [color=var(--secondary-text)]=AZXI7O3vrerk2vqGr6RtNsa0EsPQ81yDh-UFEukqVAE_ak5NpiF9fgwwtzWQ8UVZ9d7EhIIZ7YrVRVREAP8fE3WxDsX4bBZ3F-3EeOyA5CrVGXOgkSzU0kGn-RrjQMXvS3FbZwpCzCL16NZFcVh_OdmW&__tn__=-UC*F]Ramprasad Inwate Pench[/color]
That's a shame, at least he had a good run.
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