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Smilodon fatalis

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(12-30-2017, 06:07 PM)brotherbear Wrote: Epaiva, what would you say would be the approximate typical shoulder height, head and body length, and weight of Smilodon fatalis?

Shoulder height of 1 mt  head and shoulder length of 1,80 mt and weight from 250 to more than 300 kgs, if you see their skeleton they were more massive than Tigers and Lions.
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(12-31-2017, 12:13 AM)epaiva Wrote:
(12-30-2017, 06:07 PM)brotherbear Wrote: Epaiva, what would you say would be the approximate typical shoulder height, head and body length, and weight of Smilodon fatalis?

Shoulder height of 1 mt  head and shoulder length of 1,80 mt and weight from 250 to more than 300 kgs, if you see their skeleton they were more massive than Tigers and Lions.

Shoulder height - 1 m ( 3 feet 3 inches ).
Body Length - 1.8 m ( 5 feet 11 inches ). 
Weight - from 250 to 300 kg ( 551 pounds to 661 pounds ).
Roughly the size of a lion but considerably heavier.
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