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Big Males Compared to Females

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thought this might be a very cool and interesting thread, and very good to get an opinion how big some males can be! 

only impressive pictures everyone!
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let's start with Wagdoh 

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cesar male lion 




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Renoka is just a massive framed boy! 




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big male tiger mating with an imoressive female in ranthambore




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cesar is just massive! 




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Mr. Waghdoh

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"Jai" The Notorious Male tiger that made headlines for traveling a total distance of 130km from Nagzira Tiger Reserve to Umred Karhandla Wildlife Sanctuary in search for a new home and female, not only did he find success. He violently took over Umred Karnhandla's Prime Territory and those of you are that are unaware, Jai's grandfather "Shamsher" was considered to be one of India's Biggest male tiger of his time but sadly no Photographs are available for the Elusive and probably now deceased "Shamsher" the legendary male.

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That is Jai from more then a year ago, he was still very young here and is still pretty young. He may very well be one of the largest tigers alive today.

More of Jai

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Amur Pair

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Amur Pair at the Oregon Zoo

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Different Amur Pair

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Looks like a Ranth Pair, not sure which ones

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Legendary Madla

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Jamuna and a very young Gabbar. From 13'

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Old image of
Romeo T-6  and T41 cooling off

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Romeo was quoted as a big boy back in 2012. He looked to be a large fella
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I thought you would like to see some leopard examples to compare.

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Jaguars

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Anu Marwah Follow · April 22 · Edited ·    
A little teaser from Ranthambhore. 2 drives into zone 10 all by myself post a tip from a friend. 10 is a zone which most people shun, gave me an opportunity to shoot images than the regular run if the mill RTR images.
T42 Fateh and the old Sultanpur female T13, thanks to MD Parashar for the ID Correction, most local guides claimed it was T59. — at Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve.

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