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Freak Specimens

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A very decently sized male lion




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Normally jaguars who are captive are rarely large, but this specimen from the Batan Zoo in Argentina is huge. Likely has Chacoan ancestry considering that some of the jaguars used to rewild Ibera and the Chaco were taken from this zoo:


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Massive amurs

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(04-22-2021, 05:46 PM)Hello Wrote: Massive amurs

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Where did you got all of these pictures?
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His daughter 200+kg

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Half tail son of Notch 2
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this one is a male from madikwe
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last but not least of course this is caesar uncle of half tail and brother of Notch 2
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Few leopard images here, bad bad!
Here's a compilation of some of the largest looking males recently captured, from Kenya

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@Pckts @Balam @Khan85 @GuateGojira I was actually wondering about those two recorded cattle killer lions who were 317 kg and 360 kg, I know they aren't reliable at all and considered fake news but I lost the topic where you all said the reasons why. Could you please tell me why they aren't reliable? I need the info
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(09-25-2021, 01:29 AM)LoveAnimals Wrote: @Pckts @Balam @Khan85 @GuateGojira I was actually wondering about those two recorded cattle killer lions who were 317 kg and 360 kg, I know they aren't reliable at all and considered fake news but I lost the topic where you all said the reasons why. Could you please tell me why they aren't reliable? I need the info

Discussion starts from post #140 in this thread https://wildfact.com/forum/topic-modern-weights-and-measurements-of-wild-lions?pid=130120#pid130120
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(09-25-2021, 01:29 AM)LoveAnimals Wrote: @Pckts @Balam @Khan85 @GuateGojira I was actually wondering about those two recorded cattle killer lions who were 317 kg and 360 kg, I know they aren't reliable at all and considered fake news but I lost the topic where you all said the reasons why. Could you please tell me why they aren't reliable? I need the info
Check the post 146 in the link provided by Khan85. I provide a long explanation about it.
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Cubanacan, the largest non obese cat of all time! comparable to largest Panthera atrox.

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11'4'' or 3.5 m in length

As a cub

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