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N'waswitshaka males

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(08-12-2022, 06:43 PM)Tr1x24 Wrote:
(08-12-2022, 06:36 PM)Timbavati Wrote: I don't know which is the biggest of the 4 N'waswishaka males, due the fact I don't follow them much. But at first glance, Amahle doesn't seems the biggest, maybe I'm wrong. Being said that, Also it's good point out that the N'waswishaka not are big specimens like others males in the area (this is more a personal opinion)

Depending of your definition of "biggest" .. 

Are you only taking parameter of height? Then no, Amahle is not the tallest.

But if we take all parameters (size, mass and appearence) then yea, Amahle is definitely biggest and most impressive of the 4.

If Gore and Wide-Nose where full healthy, they would prob surpass him tho, as they look to be slighly taller and longer in body, but nowhere near his mass atm.

Indeed, Amahle’s bulky body makes him appear bigger than all the N’was males, but if compared next to each other, Ubuso and Gore are taller. Eorenji is definitely the smallest, barely bigger than Styx females, but still, since size isnt that relevant, he still the first when it comes to mating rights.
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Amahle is definitely the strongest and healthiest if not the biggest in frame. He definitely has that Skorro Jr. kind of vibe of top tier genetics, Amahle is probably the most impressive lion in SS after Skorro. None of N'waswitshaka males became as impressive as the old N'waswitshaka male though, he was quite impressive in terms of mane, size, and bulk.
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(08-13-2022, 10:16 AM)sik94 Wrote: Amahle is definitely the strongest and healthiest if not the biggest in frame. He definitely has that Skorro Jr. kind of vibe of top tier genetics, Amahle is probably the most impressive lion in SS after Skorro. None of N'waswitshaka males became as impressive as the old N'waswitshaka male though, he was quite impressive in terms of mane, size, and bulk.

In my opinion, the most impressive male by the looks atm is Makhunga PC male, but yea, Skorro Jr. and Amahle also look great.
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(08-13-2022, 01:17 PM)Tr1x24 Wrote:
(08-13-2022, 10:16 AM)sik94 Wrote: Amahle is definitely the strongest and healthiest if not the biggest in frame. He definitely has that Skorro Jr. kind of vibe of top tier genetics, Amahle is probably the most impressive lion in SS after Skorro. None of N'waswitshaka males became as impressive as the old N'waswitshaka male though, he was quite impressive in terms of mane, size, and bulk.

In my opinion, the most impressive male by the looks atm is Makhunga PC male, but yea, Skorro Jr. and Amahle also look great.

I'd still have Skorro Jr. at the top but yeah the Makhunga PC male probably has one over Amahle.
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