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Human metabolism is fast than tiger metabolism?

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Human metabolism is fast than tiger metabolism?
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Cats have a higher resting heart rate and internal temperature, I’d assume their metabolism is significantly faster.
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(12-05-2017, 09:48 PM)Pckts Wrote: Cats have a higher resting heart rate and internal temperature, I’d assume their metabolism is significantly faster.

That cat or big cat?cat different with big cat because cat have small body so small body make they fast metabolism
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(12-11-2017, 12:16 PM)P.T.Sondaica Wrote:
(12-05-2017, 09:48 PM)Pckts Wrote: Cats have a higher resting heart rate and internal temperature, I’d assume their metabolism is significantly faster.

That cat or big cat?cat different with big cat because cat have small body so small body make they fast metabolism
"Heart rate of lions ranged from 42 to 76 beats per minute (bpm). Heart rate of tigers ranged from 56 to 97 bpm"

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18816992
This is for captive Cats, I'd assume Wild ones would be lower, like the same with Humans, more active human beings will have a lower resting BPM.

So there is a similar bpm between the two while internal body temp is higher in Tigers and other big cats in general, big cat body temp is between 99.5-102 deg. https://prezi.com/qiywm7kjwx7c/animal-body-temperature/
So a bit higher compared to humans.

No answer on metabolic rate but an interesting read on the Topic https://genomebiology.biomedcentral.com/...016-1071-4

another one as well https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3847661/

At least when it comes to protein, big cats (obligate carnivores) have short intestines that are designed to process protein quickly compared to humans who have long intestines that process proteins and carbohydrates slower, what that means when comparing ones metabolism to another is unknown to me at the moment. It seems as though their digestive systems perform very different functions, "Specifically, cats have high protein requirements and their metabolisms appear unable to synthesize certain essential nutrients (including retinol, arginine, taurine, and arachidonic acid), and thus, in nature, they can rely only on animal flesh as their diet to supply these nutrients."

So I don't think it's as simple as "who's faster?"
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(12-11-2017, 11:37 PM)Pckts Wrote:
(12-11-2017, 12:16 PM)P.T.Sondaica Wrote:
(12-05-2017, 09:48 PM)Pckts Wrote: Cats have a higher resting heart rate and internal temperature, I’d assume their metabolism is significantly faster.

That cat or big cat?cat different with big cat because cat have small body so small body make they fast metabolism
"Heart rate of lions ranged from 42 to 76 beats per minute (bpm). Heart rate of tigers ranged from 56 to 97 bpm"

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18816992
This is for captive Cats, I'd assume Wild ones would be lower, like the same with Humans, more active human beings will have a lower resting BPM.

So there is a similar bpm between the two while internal body temp is higher in Tigers and other big cats in general, big cat body temp is between 99.5-102 deg. https://prezi.com/qiywm7kjwx7c/animal-body-temperature/
So a bit higher compared to humans.

No answer on metabolic rate but an interesting read on the Topic https://genomebiology.biomedcentral.com/...016-1071-4

another one as well https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3847661/

At least when it comes to protein, big cats (obligate carnivores) have short intestines that are designed to process protein quickly compared to humans who have long intestines that process proteins and carbohydrates slower, what that means when comparing ones metabolism to another is unknown to me at the moment. It seems as though their digestive systems perform very different functions, "Specifically, cats have high protein requirements and their metabolisms appear unable to synthesize certain essential nutrients (including retinol, arginine, taurine, and arachidonic acid), and thus, in nature, they can rely only on animal flesh as their diet to supply these nutrients."

So I don't think it's as simple as "who's faster?"

Ok thankyou so much sir...
This last question...who is more active tiger or human?because tiger more long sleep than human...
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(12-12-2017, 05:06 AM)P.T.Sondaica Wrote:
(12-11-2017, 11:37 PM)Pckts Wrote:
(12-11-2017, 12:16 PM)P.T.Sondaica Wrote:
(12-05-2017, 09:48 PM)Pckts Wrote: Cats have a higher resting heart rate and internal temperature, I’d assume their metabolism is significantly faster.

That cat or big cat?cat different with big cat because cat have small body so small body make they fast metabolism
"Heart rate of lions ranged from 42 to 76 beats per minute (bpm). Heart rate of tigers ranged from 56 to 97 bpm"

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18816992
This is for captive Cats, I'd assume Wild ones would be lower, like the same with Humans, more active human beings will have a lower resting BPM.

So there is a similar bpm between the two while internal body temp is higher in Tigers and other big cats in general, big cat body temp is between 99.5-102 deg. https://prezi.com/qiywm7kjwx7c/animal-body-temperature/
So a bit higher compared to humans.

No answer on metabolic rate but an interesting read on the Topic https://genomebiology.biomedcentral.com/...016-1071-4

another one as well https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3847661/

At least when it comes to protein, big cats (obligate carnivores) have short intestines that are designed to process protein quickly compared to humans who have long intestines that process proteins and carbohydrates slower, what that means when comparing ones metabolism to another is unknown to me at the moment. It seems as though their digestive systems perform very different functions, "Specifically, cats have high protein requirements and their metabolisms appear unable to synthesize certain essential nutrients (including retinol, arginine, taurine, and arachidonic acid), and thus, in nature, they can rely only on animal flesh as their diet to supply these nutrients."

So I don't think it's as simple as "who's faster?"

Ok thankyou so much sir...
This last question...who is more active tiger or human?because tiger more long sleep than human...
A wild animal will always be more active, they still live by survival of the fittest, we do not.
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@Pckts Tbf it depends on what you define as active
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