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Freak Felids - A Discussion of History's Largest Felines

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Kingfisher


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Mukhtar


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Umarpani 


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Samrat 


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Waghdoh


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Tarzan


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biggest male from the Terai region i have ever seen.


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Rajaji’s famous male that was captured in a camera trap


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Sathiana range male


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the big male monitored by the Wildlife Institute of India from Dudhwa, NP.


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Gulrighat


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Kauva Ghatia


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Katarniaghat


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KZT085


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KZT083 is the biggest Kaziranga male i have ever seen


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KZT023


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the male that was relocated from Kaziranga to Manas


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Kaziranga male


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one of the biggest Kaziranga male out there


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any male tiger that can look like this next to a rhino is no ordinary animal, Kaziranga. 



I know I know, i ignored a plenty of males but i was in a rush. this is my list of what modern day freak felids look like.
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Ancient Sumatran more big dan ngandong
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@tigerluver 

At your request, I just manage to find the pics of Manchurian mandible with higher resolution. Although the first one is not original, but you can still visualize it with enough resolution. There were two pics missing; one with the lower canine being removed and put aside with a ruler, and I remembered it was something between 12.5 - 13 cm, and the AP diameter around 3.5 - 3.6 cm, and the other one was in comparison with a Cave hyena skull.






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Cave lion cub,it looks much more like a lion than tiger

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