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(02-17-2020, 11:42 PM)Luipaard Wrote: West African lioness and leopard using the same waterhole at NiokoloKoba National Park in Senegal


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Source: https://twitter.com/PhilippHenschel/status/1226888232488636417
If you look closely the leopard is infront of the rock while the lionesses is behind it.
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Two amazing examples of the conservation success of our partner project San Miguelito Jaguar Reserve. The only certified Jaguar friendly Ranch in Bolivia.

Dont forget about Bolivia. We hope after the virus people come and visit. We and and wildlife depend on it.
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( This post was last modified: 04-26-2020, 05:21 AM by GuateGojira )

Large predators of India (Including the Sloth bear):

As you know, I am updating the comparative images that I have with more information. In this case I present the comparative image of the co-predators and competitors of the tiger in the Indian subcontinent. Some one could tell me that the sloth bear did not eat meat, but been honest is the only form that I could include it. So, apart from that detail, here is the new comparative image:


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While the information of the Bengal tiger, the Asian lion, the Indian wolf and the Dhole is the same, the data for the Indian leopard and the sloth bear is new. So save it for future references. For any doubt or new information that we an use, fell free to ask or to share the information. Specific information is the small letters, so my advice is the read the letter with the image enlarged.

By the way, here is the updated comparison between the Amur tiger and the Amur brown bear (post 91): https://wildfact.com/forum/topic-russian...ars?page=7

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I absolutely adore your size charts. Wonderful, artful, and informative.
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Sub-adult, female and male leopard skull


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Enzo tiger and Bradshaw lion side by side at the back of the bears trying their pool for the first time at BJWT. 

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(04-24-2020, 02:39 AM)OncaAtrox Wrote: Enzo tiger and Bradshaw lion side by side at the back of the bears trying their pool for the first time at BJWT. 


I love Enzo and his brother Basho, both are beautiful Tigers but obviously not too big.
Even Bradshaws girl is taller than Enzo in frame.
Bradshaw is a big, beautiful lion too.
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basho and enzo are below average..tigress nicole is bigger than both they're well built though
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(04-24-2020, 04:54 AM)Rage2277 Wrote: basho and enzo are below average..tigress nicole is bigger than both they're well built though

In the video he says Enzo is big, which he clearly is, there's no reason why a captive Bengal that is well taken care of would be bellow average, he just isn't tall compared to other big cats there like the lions, but he is robust and slightly longer in the body, which is the usual lion/tiger size differences.
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(04-24-2020, 05:53 AM)OncaAtrox Wrote:
(04-24-2020, 04:54 AM)Rage2277 Wrote: basho and enzo are below average..tigress nicole is bigger than both they're well built though

In the video he says Enzo is big, which he clearly is, there's no reason why a captive Bengal that is well taken care of would be bellow average, he just isn't tall compared to other big cats there like the lions, but he is robust and slightly longer in the body, which is the usual lion/tiger size differences.

wild tigers tend to be bigger than the captive ones enzo and basho would look like tigresses next to a tiger like jamuntola and he's not even the biggest..enzo and basho have small frames for male bengals
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Basho and Enzo are not impressive in terms of physical frame, but they seems heavy.
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(04-24-2020, 05:53 AM)OncaAtrox Wrote:
(04-24-2020, 04:54 AM)Rage2277 Wrote: basho and enzo are below average..tigress nicole is bigger than both they're well built though

In the video he says Enzo is big, which he clearly is, there's no reason why a captive Bengal that is well taken care of would be bellow average, he just isn't tall compared to other big cats there like the lions, but he is robust and slightly longer in the body, which is the usual lion/tiger size differences.

Wild Bengals are way larger and also there technically is no such thing as a pure bred Bengal in N. America.
Basho and Enzo are both smaller framed Tigers regardless, Alcyone is a larger one for comparison.
Vanessa (forget her last name) gave me a list of their largest Tigers a while back. But in general, BJWTs lions are larger than his Tigers.
But keep in mind that "Bengal Tigers" show a huge variety even within their own species. From the Sunderbans to the hills of the Himalayas and everywhere in between.
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(04-19-2020, 11:11 AM)GuateGojira Wrote: Large predators of India (Including the Sloth bear):


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Sloth bears scavange, like most bear species, so you're good on that.
My only issue is that Asiatic lion's photo is from 2006... You should update it with the newer males. 


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Standing?.. 

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