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Girth Comparaison of Animals

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Show data here like pckts or brotherbear we need data
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( This post was last modified: Yesterday, 07:38 PM by Polar )

@P.T.Sondaica, I already provided data on the grizzlies of Khutzeymateen (they are average for US grizzlies in terms of morphology and weight) on the other page (look at post #163), and they exceed big cats at equal weight in chest and neck girth. So it is the exact opposite.

But a select few specimens that Pckts has posted had some of brotherbear's grizzlies beat in neck and chest girth. That means more exceptionally-built big cats (even at same weight) can match average grizzlies in chest and neck girth.
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