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Tiger Predation

India parvez Offline
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@Jeffrey Then the tiger is able to break the vertebrae of the bovines to be able to reach spinal cord if the bite is at top of their neck. The bite force of tiger is surely much more than the studies present. Jaguar too breaks the bone of cranium of caiman and other prey. The bite force of tiger as per my estimate is slightly higher than jaguar but not on pound for pound basis.
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@Jimmy , Is the four tigers killing rhino has been confirmed by documentary?
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(09-21-2018, 10:27 AM)parvez Wrote: @Jeffrey Then the tiger is able to break the vertebrae of the bovines to be able to reach spinal cord if the bite is at top of their neck. The bite force of tiger is surely much more than the studies present. Jaguar too breaks the bone of cranium of caiman and other prey. The bite force of tiger as per my estimate is slightly higher than jaguar but not on pound for pound basis.

A tiger is able to break the verebrae ob bovines and reaching the spinal cord. It depending on the neck bite and how large the bovine is the larger the more "difficult" it get. 

Pound for pound the sumatran tiger could maybe rival the jaguar's bite force.
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