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Impressive neck and shoulders on felines

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South Pride male from the Selati Coalition

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The monster, Cesar

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Ron, the mightiest Notch

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My point was not to just post dozens of random pics of one cat.  But to post specific pics that actually showcase the areas of the neck and shoulder, which is the topic of the thread. Its difficult to see these areas on an adult lion, but before the mane grows in you can see something.




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One cannot just say impressive neck & not think of Bamera...

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...Or, huge shoulders without Raja.


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Asiatic lions...

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With space low & competition high, genepool is improving faster than ever...One didn't get to seethis kind of specimens back in the '90s!!!
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Being able to drag preys that are bigger than they are, all the "panthera" felis have impressive necks and shoulders. I don't see any jaguar photos, for exemple.

To show that, the photograph must be able to catch the right moment when these muscles (of this part of the body) are sollicited, emphasized.
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Jaguar 

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Not much neck or shoulders here, but that chest deserves a mention

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A big thanks to all who've provided some fantastic pictures!
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The monster Uma

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Bandhavgarh male

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Mahaman male

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Very beautiful big felids walking photos !

There are a lot of common features between this big cats, but each of them has its own particularities, and to see them all in a same thread... It's great !
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Nantu, the famous dominant male from Sundarbans...

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