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Hello this is my first question and i hope that will be very commented !
So let's start "
We have this :
Fully grown male African Lion . vs Fully grown male Siberian Tiger .
( I search very much about that conflict because i'm going with Lion becuase they are best fighter , yeah maybe tigers are mosre agile ut is not a big difference , but what i want to say is  that in history was a man Clyde Beatty who has Lion and Tiger and he said that Lion would kill a tiger 7/10 times so i was very happy when i heard that and my second argument was that in history accounts lion destroy tiger most of times , but i think that a new expert opinion will help me very much )


Fully grown male African Lion vs Male grizzly bear .
( Like first battle in history account's lion kill bear most of times and i go with Afircan lion but new opinion can help )

So let's start !
Please some argumets !

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Dear SmartBrain

Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, you are in the wrong section of AllExperts. There is a section involved with Inter-species conflicts, where people can ask and answer questions about fights involving different species.

Please visit http://www.allexperts.com/el/Interspecies-Conflict/ to ask your question.

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I can answer questions about wild mammals and other animals, as well as extinct animals and zoos. I am not an expert about every animal species. I can look up information from books and the internet, but can't verify if all the information is true. Please don't ask questions about: 1. Pets. I am not a vet. Please contact a vet if your pet is ill. You may need to spend some money if you want your pet to live. Don't get a pet if you don't know how to look after it and if you can't provide it with the space, food and possible companions that will help it live a healthy life. Don't take animals from the wild, unless they are ill and/or injured and you can protect them until a wildlife charity can help. It is cruel to take animals from their parents, especially if the parents will look for the babies, while putting their other babies at risk. You may be breaking the law by keeping wild animals or you may need a licence to look after some species. Please check with a local wildlife group. 2. Eggs: Please don't remove eggs from nests. The mother birds provide the right temperature for the eggs and won't sit on them if the temperature is warm enough for them to develop naturally. It is illegal to remove eggs of some species and, unless you have an incubator or a broody hen, the egg may not develop. If you are allowed to touch the eggs, you can candle them to see if they are fertile. If theys aren't fertile, they won't hatch. 3. Fights: Please don't ask about fights between different animals. These questions assume that individuals of two species fight each time they meet and that one species will always be victorious over another. This is untrue. There are cases where a live mouse has been fed to a venomous snake, bitten the snake leading to the snake's demise. 4: Diseases: Please ask doctors or other medical experts about diseases that you may catch from animals. I can't advise on how to deal with viruses, bacteria etc.

Experience

I have a zoology degree and have been interested in animals since I was two. I am a zoo volunteer at London Zoo. I have appeared on a BBC Radio Quiz, 'Wildbrain'.

Organizations
WWF. ZSL. Natural History Museum. RSPB. London Bat Group.

Publications
Newsletters of London Zoo volunteers and the London Bat Group

Education/Credentials
BSC degree in Zoology. 'A' level in Zoology. 'O' Level in Biology.

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