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Museo de Ciencias de Caracas, Venezuela 

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Monster Pirarucu (Arapaima gigas) of 3,9 meters long and 220 kg captured near Manaus in Brazil

More photos of this specimen in the Arapaima gigas Thread HERE

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Hippopotamus and Plesiosuchus.

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(06-28-2021, 08:23 PM)Luipaard Wrote:


3 Different Jaguars taken on the same trap, the one on the right is an extremely small male he's mentioned a few times. 


"Large Male Puma" and a "small but fully grown female Jaguar" 
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Young Jaguar, a dog and rotweillers


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Leopard and hyena


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Baboons and vervet monkey


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(06-29-2021, 02:02 AM)Pckts Wrote:
(06-28-2021, 08:23 PM)Luipaard Wrote:


3 Different Jaguars taken on the same trap, the one on the right is an extremely small male he's mentioned a few times. 


"Large Male Puma" and a "small but fully grown female Jaguar" 

I tried to scale the female the same size to compare the Males off of her.

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Indian rhino and buffalo


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Amur tiger and Ussuri black bear


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Human hand and the Paw of a 124 kg male Jaguar (Cotim male)

onças do rio negro

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Columbian mammoth and Puertasaurus.

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