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Hi @Shadow,so 650-700 lbs for Zamba verified?
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(10-09-2019, 07:23 PM)Hello Wrote: Hi @Shadow,so 650-700 lbs for Zamba verified?

I have to talk again with director of that zoo. She was busy when I wrote to her before and she just said briefly, that about 750 lbs. We agreed, that I contact her again this month to get more information.
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Comparison between 250 kg Zambar and father 273 kg Gamin which was verified by Eagleraptor on AVA.



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From Crocodylus park,Australia

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Never thought Gorillas were this big and description say 500 pounds



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(10-26-2019, 04:08 PM)Hello Wrote: Never thought Gorillas were this big and description say 500 pounds




Put short 160 lbs woman right next to a gorilla and even an average gorilla looks like huge. This can be 500 lbs gorilla, but video isn´t the best possible to see overall how it looks like. Didn´t look like to be especially tall gorilla though. Still any animal about 200 kg right next to a smallish woman is easy to see as a "giant". It would be interesting to see if some better footage filmed of this same gorilla.
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(10-26-2019, 04:08 PM)Hello Wrote: Never thought Gorillas were this big and description say 500 pounds




Something like this makes it much easier to see what reality is.




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Jaglion on the snow...

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(11-05-2019, 12:05 PM)Spalea Wrote: Jaglion on the snow...


How is it possible to mate a jaguar and a lion? Maybe artificial insemination?
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