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Freak Felids - A Discussion of History's Largest Felines

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( This post was last modified: 05-27-2015, 10:02 AM by tigerluver )

vK wrote 240 mm for the width. Though in his ratio calculations he had this exactly: 380 mm/240 mm = 1.52. Now a width of 240 mm does not produce that number. Though, a width of 250 mm, which I measured from my book, does exactly. A few years back I was kindly provided a whole bunch of measurements on Ngandong dentitions. From it, there were a few teeth of specimens similar to this size and another that was likely from a skull a bit larger than this one, around 390-400 mm.

I've read the Hooijer document but I don't see a mandible length of the skull. I used the upper p4 (33.3 mm) measurement published and the image is from Matthew and Granger (1923) to figure out the length. 
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RE: Freak Felids - A Discussion of History's Largest Felines - tigerluver - 05-27-2015, 09:55 AM
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