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Where is the biggest bengal tigers?

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(02-06-2022, 12:19 AM)Khan85 Wrote:
(02-05-2022, 11:56 PM)Pckts Wrote:
(02-05-2022, 11:50 PM)Khan85 Wrote:
(02-05-2022, 11:41 PM)Pckts Wrote:
(02-05-2022, 09:52 PM)bheem vv Wrote:
(01-26-2022, 01:50 AM)包装 Wrote: 在这里你可以看到 Bheem 和他的兄弟 Mangu 在路上
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在最新的测量中,比姆的儿子 T25 和 T26 在 1 岁半时分别重达 165 公斤和 158 公斤。在同龄老虎中,它的胸围和颈围惊人。不难看出,他们的父亲比姆也很大。T01 和 T02 这里是 T26 和 T25

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Neither weight is special for a cat of that age. Also I’m curious where you got the weight and measurements from?
Tigers of that age (juvenile, 1-2 years old) generally weigh 50-120 kg (Dr. Jhala and Dr. Sadhu, 2017) so 159 kg and 165 kg is definitely above average. Source of these weights is the same pdf of tiger measurements in Panna, other body measurements were 190 cm and 187.5 cm head-body length, respectively.

I just provided two sub 2 year old cats that exceeded that weight with neither being especially large. Also we still need confirmation on these alleged weights because to my knowledge Chota Bheem and his siblings have never been captured.
Then you have cats like Bhima and BMW’s son who were 225kg at 2.5 and MB2 who was 195kg at a little over 2. Generally any cat that is going to reach 220kg plus is going to need to be close to 200kg by the age of 2.

Not entirely sure if these juvenile tigers were bheem´s sons or not but they were captured in 2014 so not from the litter of chota bheem. Bhima and Baghin nala´s son were 225 kg at 2.5 yo which is an year older than these two from Bandhavgarh, even MV2 would be around 8 months older. During this time (age 1 - 4) tigers are growing very fast and considering that they are around 40 kg more than an average tiger during that age, they can certainly hit those marks in an year. 

T-01 
Head-Body length = 190 cm
Total length = 282 cm
Neck circumference = 76 cm
Chest circumference = 106.4 cm

T-02
Head-Body length = 187.5 cm
Total length = 288.5 cm
Neck circumference = 74 cm
Chest circumference = 124 cm

It can be confirmed that T01 and T02 are T26 and T25. Both of them have been reported in the news, their weight and capture time are the same
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Corbett Expert recently saw Neela Nala and DJ and I asked if NN was as large as the Corbett males 

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