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Post pictures of your favourite animals (air, land, sea).

Australia GreenGrolar Offline
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Air:


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Mountain blue bird (male and female)

Land:


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Polar bear

Sea:


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Beluga
While big cats are strong and powerful animals which can give bears a good fight at weight parity, it is no shame to admit both a large male brown bear (grizzly and kodiak bear) and polar bear are stronger than any big cat (extinct or extant).
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United Arab Emirates BorneanTiger Offline
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( This post was last modified: 10-16-2019, 11:13 PM by BorneanTiger )

Air (to an extent):
Chicken or junglefowl

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Land:
Lion

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Sea:
Great white shark

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Germany Lycaon Offline
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Air 

Aquila verreauxii


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Land 

Lycaon pictus


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Sea 

Carcharhinus longimanus


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Australia GreenGrolar Offline
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Nice pictures guys. Keep them coming.
While big cats are strong and powerful animals which can give bears a good fight at weight parity, it is no shame to admit both a large male brown bear (grizzly and kodiak bear) and polar bear are stronger than any big cat (extinct or extant).
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Canada DinoFan83 Offline
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Air:

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Land: (note: this is barely the tip of the iceberg of my favorite land-dinosaurs; I have too many to list practically in this post

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