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Tiger growl Vs Lion Growl
#1
The lions is deeper, but the tigers is far more terrifying. 






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#2
The roaring for the MGM lion is actually a tigers roar. Tigers roar can literally paralyze you. I had a tiger roar at me out of nowhere, i wouldnt have even be able to defend myself against the tiger if there was no cage, completely paralyzed.
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#3
I remember reading that the lion has the loudest roar of any Panthera species. I imagine a tiger's roar would not be too much quieter. I guess since the lion is much more social, it has a bigger need for vocalizations though.
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(08-22-2018, 06:28 AM)theGrackle Wrote: I remember reading that the lion has the loudest roar of any Panthera species. I imagine a tiger's roar would not be too much quieter. I guess since the lion is much more social, it has a bigger need for vocalizations though.

Well the lion isnt more social than the tiger. Tigers have just as wide vocalizations as lions, if not a wider range of sounds.
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Wait, why isn't the Lion more social than the Tiger?
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(08-22-2018, 07:33 AM)Ryo Wrote: Wait, why isn't the Lion more social?
Edit: nevermind. Wasn't for me.
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#7
Tiger fans just can't handle the facts.. the lions roar is louder, more forceful & is more widely used as a broadcast threat..

See the croc viserally feel the power of the boss lion, via the force of his roar - right down his throat, & duly back off..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbm-P7jaa_c

& even poor, malnourished, inbred.. Asiatic lions.. still know how to give 'full voice' - to back their claims..

Scroll across to 1:05 in.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ite9n38wvG4


A tiger who heard this declaration of authority, would be well advised.. to slink away, elsewhere..
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(08-23-2018, 03:02 PM)Mondas Wrote: Tiger fans just can't handle the facts.. the lions roar is louder, more forceful & is more widely used as a broadcast threat..

See the croc viserally feel the power of the boss lion, via the force of his roar - right down his throat, & duly back off..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbm-P7jaa_c

& even poor, malnourished, inbred.. Asiatic lions.. still know how to give 'full voice' - to back their claims..

Scroll across to 1:05 in.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ite9n38wvG4


A tiger who heard this declaration of authority, would be well advised.. to slink away, elsewhere..

Sorry, but you are wrong on all parts first of all, and second of all, you didnt even comprehend what we are talking about in this thread. We are talking about growls, not roars. Snarling. Anyways the lions roar isnt louder or forceful.

And you are wrong, a tiger will attack if he heard that in his territory.
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#9
Lion sez.. no way..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9aR-uBVtrVA
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(08-24-2018, 10:14 AM)Mondas Wrote: Lion sez.. no way..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9aR-uBVtrVA

Ew.
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#11
Lion sez.. 'bring it on'.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ELt6A2MeO2E
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#12
Does anyone else think that they sound like motorbike engines?
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(08-22-2018, 06:21 AM)jilot Wrote: The roaring for the MGM lion is actually a tigers roar. Tigers roar can literally paralyze you. I had a tiger roar at me out of nowhere, i wouldnt have even be able to defend myself against the tiger if there was no cage, completely paralyzed.

Tigers use their growls and roars as a weapon against other individuals. In an episode of 'The Most Extreme' about "wierd animal weapons" in Animal Planet, it showed that tigers use their loud ultrasonic growls against other tigers when fighting over food or territory. That might explain why you were almost stunned when you heard the growl.
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#14
Whether it's a tiger or lion growl, hearing one in the wild would be one of the scariest moments ever. I would probably be frozen stiff in fright.
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#15
The lions roar can be heard up to 4 miles and the tigers roar can be heard up to 2 miles away.

This might explain why the lion has a deeper growl.
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