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Big Males Compared to Females

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Now we know where the Anderson male gets his size from.
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Ravenscourt male and Boulders female mating, May 2016. Credits to Hugo breed Wildtography.

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Ravenscourt male and Boulders female are mating again these days. Credits to Hugo breed Wildtography.

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Piva/Treehouse male and Tamboti young female mating. Credits to James Souchon.

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I wonder why Siberian Tigers seem to be the most sexually-dimorphic of all tigers, and why leopards seem to be the most sexually-dimorphic of all felines?
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Siberians are no more sexually dimorphic than bengals. (according to verified studies that is)

Leopards, like tigers run a huge gamut of sizes and I doubt they are any more or less sexually dimorphic than any other big cat.
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Mvula male and Xiluva female mating, credits to WildEarth Sunrise Safari.

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The sheer hairy mass of the larger Charleston male. Credits to Notten's Bush Camp.

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Maxabeni mating, credits to Thulani Photography.

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Tingana male and Shadow female. Credits to WildEarth Sunset Safari from Djuma Game Reserve.

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Tingana male and Shadow female, credits to Holly Wilson.

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Madhuri & Waghdoh - mating pair......I shot this image in March 2011 .....
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Maya with Gabbar

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25th June PM ride, #C97, #Tadoba male tiger #Gabbar sighted with #Maya tigress


This photo is the opposite, Gabbar isn't an extremely large male and maya seems to be a large female.
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