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Post of the Month - June 2019

peter Offline
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( This post was last modified: 07-02-2019, 04:03 PM by peter )


In June, I thought the mods had the edge. Here's my top 3:

1 - Tigerluver. His post in the new section ('Smilodon 'bonaërensis' 46: The forgotten skeleton that defined a species') is an original all the way.

2 - Shadow. His (original) posts on the alleged 800-plus pound captive Amur tiger 'Baikal' were impressive. A result of good research, I'd say.   

3 - Rishi. His post on the rise and, more particular, the fall of (quite a few) Ramthambore tigers is interesting. 

Our members were close. Here's the 3 best posts:  

4 - Bornean Tiger. His post on tiger subspecies, triggered by a post of Greatearth (also nominated), is a good one.

5 - Charan Singh. He was in Wild Africa and told us about what he saw.

6 - Rage. The picture of the large Satiana tiger from Dudhwa was appreciated by many. Good find.

Quite a few members posted interesting info in June. I also saw a lot of nice pictures. Thanks on behalf of all!
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