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    (Original post by Proxenus)
    - continues bumping a most with little involvement from TSR
    People are voting no? And bumping is when someone post are directed for to grab the attention of others when one has nothing to add, I dont care if no one replys and 2, I have things to add.

    - posts pointless message at 6am
    The world doesnt revolve around your time, 6am is not 6 am all around the world, its just hilarious why you would be on here at 6 just to troll others lol

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    More like bolds the more important substance.

    - inb4autism
    Yes, we've seen you say this countless times to other posters, either you have autism and are projecting, or maybe you were violated by someone who had it, either way its comical in you repeating it, as it shows your lack of respect to those who do have it, even more showing your shaddy and douche bagness.
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    Sub adult lion being weighed 280 kg Dr Almero


    280 kg sub-adult lion killed
    http://www.impalabullets.at/catalog/1-24_en.pdf

    Male lion’s weight, depending on the living environment is between 190-280 kg
    http://www.ajibha.com/archives/31

    (Panthera leo),.The animal stands upto 120cm high at the shoulder and weighs upto 280kg.
    African Lion

    The lion is the largest of Kenya's three big cats, weighing up to 280 kg.
    The wildlife of LUMO

    Males weigh around 190-280 kg and in individual cases up to 300 kg
    Lion

    The white lion is light in colour and at 280 kg,
    Bowhunting eMagazine -


    300 kg African male lion
    Captive and wild lions in Africa



    The tiger weighed 75kg and measured 234cm from nose to tail along the curves.
    http://www.nishorgo.org/tbltd/uploa...9872_037 - sundarban tiger project report.pdf

    Males weigh from 150–190 kg (330–420 lb)
    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct...w6j5W-kjh-J3ybeTS67qkA&bvm=bv.125596728,d. cGc

    The average weight of female tigers in the Sundarbans forests was 76.7kg (170lb) as compared to 138.2kg of other tigers, according to the US
    Sundarbans tigers are ‘half the weight of other Bengal tigers in South Asia’ | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    The smallest recorded weights for Bengal tigers are from the Bangladesh Sundarbans, where adult females are 75 to 80 kg (165 to 176 lb).
    Bengal Tiger

    The female tigers from the Sundarbans had a mean weight of 76.7 kg
    http://www.carnivoreconservation.org...w_2009_phd.pdf

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    https://youtu.be/8BtcdAi-mj8
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    Why are you keeping this zombie thread alive ?
    By the way,Bengal tiger >Asiatic lion.
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    This was so much more interesting than all the other current EU threads on TSR
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    I didn't really sleep and ended up reading this from 3am to 6am; the information you have collated can be sold and made into a documentary (I'd deffo watch it) or used to produce an EPQ! This was so cool, cheers for sharing it!

    Btw, Lions all the wayy!
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    (Original post by Kadak)
    Why are you keeping this zombie thread alive ?
    By the way,Bengal tiger >Asiatic lion.
    So you want the thread closed, yet wanna vote and leave a remark, hypocrite much? Sounds more like you want it close because you have no evidence to prove your claim and keeping it open allows for more and more truth out that asiatic lion > bengal tiger.

    Since afterall, Clyde beatty did prove that the african lion >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> bengal tiger:
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4171069

    You can either:

    1.) Show more cases a tiger has killed a lion than beatty did.

    or

    2.) Live in denial

    (Original post by Applepiex3)
    This was so much more interesting than all the other current EU threads on TSR
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    I didn't really sleep and ended up reading this from 3am to 6am; the information you have collated can be sold and made into a documentary (I'd deffo watch it) or used to produce an EPQ! This was so cool, cheers for sharing it!

    Btw, Lions all the wayy!
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    Yeah, tigers are cool too some tigers were reputed to have killed bears as big as 400+ kg
    Feline Behaviour and Welfare

    But this match is about the bengal and asiatic lion, there isnt any records of tigers killing them in the wild, so the asiatic lion is winning in the score card of victorys via surat and ganges yamuna, and even bangalore if you count its substance. Even in captive accounts lions have killed more tigers than vice versa via nagpur, argatala, bubaneswar, and jamnagar.
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    6. Suanni: Legend says this creature can eat tigers and leopards.
    http://english.visitbeijing.com.cn/t...215174893.html



    Suanni (a kind of lion) A beast specific at eating tigers and leopards,
    http://library.taiwanschoolnet.org/g...sh6685/4_3.htm


    2. The sixth is the Suan Ni, is a beast can be eating tigers and leopards.
    http://danci.911cha.com/%E7%8B%BB%E7%8C%8A.html


    suan-ni mentioned in ancient Chinese books, as eating tigers and leopards,
    https://archive.org/stream/notesonch...tgoog_djvu.txt


    suan-ni mentioned in ancient Chinese books, as eating tigers and leopards, a completely .
    https://books.google.com/books?id=j8ELAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA13&lp g=PA13&dq=%22suan%27ni%22+lion++ %22eating+tigers%22&source=bl&ot s=V964qNjuc2&sig=Nmyfk6sKDmlmbBX PUZc7l1gJI9w&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahU KEwjoq8DonsnNAhVGVWMKHUDVCvcQ6AE IOTAI#v=onepage&q=%22suan'ni%22% 20lion%20%20%22eating%20tigers%2 2&f=false





    However, for su´nní (21) there is clear evidence in the ryă 爾雅 andthe Mù Ti´nzĭ zhuàn 穆天子傳 (two texts dating — at least in parts —from around the third century B.C.55), that the expression was used to designate the lion several centuries before the first attestation of shīzĭ. InOld Chinese texts, the term is basically a hapax compound, and only rarely reoccurs in pretentiously archaizing literature during the Middle Chinese and Modern periods. Cf. the following pre-Middle Chinese

    attestations34) ryă (18.26, Xú ed.: 336): “狻麑如虥貓,食虎豹
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