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United States Pckts Offline
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Post only Wild Cats with the what you think is the "Best Mane"


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I know you don't think "mane" when discussing Tigers but I can think of a few individuals who have pretty impressive "tiger manes" 

I'll add some Big Manes tomorrow
 
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T42 is located in Ranthambhore and is probably the most aggressive male towards tourists.

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Shivaji located in Tadoba Buffer Zone
Shivaji was always loved for his consitent attitude, it seems every picture of him was him giving you the "F-off" face.
He hasn't been seen since 12' but a forrest official recently said they saw him, so who knows.


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Bamera Male from Bandhavghar


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He has a more modest "mane" but still a beautty.

 
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T25 or Dollar Male from Ranth

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Beautiful Male Lion in the Serengeti

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Black maned lions are quite majestic.


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From Masai Mara:

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Ethiopia:

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Lion manes really provide evidence to Darwin's theory of sexual selection and intraspecific interactions as evolutionary mechanisms, as manes wouldn't be selected for in regards to solely the environment I'd assume.
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I love the Black mane with the Gold in front. Looks so beautiful, where is the first lion from that you posted if you know?
He has a huge belly mane going on.
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Machlis Grandson, T64 aka Akash

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He is still a youngin, something tells me his mane will only get longer in the years to come.

His brother Suraj doesn't seem to have quite as much of one.
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Unfortunately, something tells me that is a canned lion. I found him on the flickr of someone promoting hunting. 
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Makes sense @tigerluver.

Kruger Males

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The Blue Eyed Male Tiger from Bandhavgarh

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Mukunda Male

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Younger Mukunda Below

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Katezari male from Tadoba


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T42


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T42


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T42


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Munna


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Mukunda male


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Wagdoh male and Madhuri


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Wagdoh male


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King Madla and Julie


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Wagdoh


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Munna


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Ustaad aka T24


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T24 again


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Raja 

 
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3 Botswana Male Lions at the Kwara Camp

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more Botswana males

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Six from Botswana

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3 of a 4 male coalition from Kwara Camp in the Okovanga

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