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helper wrote at 2013-02-17 07:45:47
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I'd say the tiger wins, but it could substain injuries if it won.

Two gorillas can do a lot of damage quickly, and they are too intelligent and dexterous for the tiger.

Two jaguars would be too much for a tiger.

This is sort of similar to two jaguars vs tiger. The tiger can dominate over a single lion, but two is too difficult for it. The tiger wouldnt attempt this. Too dangerous.

Nine large and strong wolves should win.

The bull can do a lot of serious damage to the tiger than vice versa. They are very agile and aggressive bovids and have extremely dangerous horns. The tiger can kill the bull by ambush, but not easily.  


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I can answer most questions related to wildlife. I love nature to such an extent that I have even created my e-mail id in the name of one of the most beautiful birds of western ghats, malabar trogon. I am particularly interested in mammals and birds, but can also answer questions related to reptiles and amphibians. One can ask questions related to taxonomy also.


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