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Nov 29 07 9:50 PM
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Wow were discussing this?? Ok I'll be fair and try to be very objective. The tiger is more powerful. These cats are similar but the tiger is stronger,
bigger, potentially quicker(up for debate, this part is close). It also has larger claws? The bite force and canines I'll say are equal(although I even
believe this to be on the tigers side). Aggression as someone has mentioned, is not easily determined. I'll put it this way, a smaller bengal would lose to
a bigger bengal, IMO a smaller lion would follow the same fate most times. Bengal 8/10, its much bigger and more powerful.
I totally agree with the above post, there is really no point in looking at the polls here, lionfans vote lions even in this type of debate. I mean I could
understand it more with an african lion, but an asian lion vs one of the top dogs of all cats? Something seems wrong, if any lion fan here voted for the tiger
let me know, I have a feeling I won't get a response. This is like us saying a sumatran tiger would take out an asiatic lion(close to the same weight
difference). How biased and ludicrious would that sound to u lion fans?? Not to mention the sumatran would be quicker and not lack aggression but this would
still seem biased now wouldn't it??
Dec 20 07 5:43 PM
Dec 20 07 5:49 PM
And what about the four Gir lions killing Bengal tigers?
What about the last clip from Everland (a Korean pro tiger webb) where an old lion humilliates and punishes severely a huge Bengal-Amur bred who
surrenders like a coward?
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Dec 21 07 7:18 AM
Dec 21 07 7:32 AM
In the 3 tiger victors they were skirmishes. Lions (small Inidian lions) simply
In the 4 lion victors, they are cited by an expert,< a scientific. They are not suppose to simply retreat, they are supose either of fleeing for their
lives ( as tigers usually do) or were simply killed a a throat bit (vertebras broken or spine).
come on, we do not have details of those fights. Where they took place, when they took place, why they took place. The health conditions, gender of those
animals involve. How do you know it isn't a retreating fight? Even Leon, who posted the source don't deny this possibility, it could be that the Tigers
And fleeing is considered retreating,so you just contradicted yourself. As i mentioned, Lions also flee too, although not as frequent as tigers, but why are
you ignoring that?
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