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Massive Head, Neck & Muscles

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Stocky specimen from Cáceres - North Pantanal - MT

Douglas Bryan Trent

''One needs to respect major predators including jaguars. While human attacks are rare, they have resulted in at least three deaths and a handful of attacks where the person survived.''


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credits: Ronan Felix



110 kg Aju.



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Hero male.

The Beast Has Been Uncaged.



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A Bengal tiger in the Khata Forest, which 10 years ago was a degraded patch of land. This image was captured by a camera trap between November 2019 and March 2020 by WWF-Nepal.
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A big leopard from Central province, Sri Lanka

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By Felipe Román
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43 kg Lampião Caatinga male and his massive head. ( RIP Beast )

credits: CENAP/ICMBio

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Split nose // masai mara



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Sighting of Jorge male in Poconé - North Pantanal - Brazil

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Massive African Male from Krüger Park

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115 kg Wilson


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Male Leopard From Namibia.

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Camp pan Male leopard on a prowl
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