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Big territorial male leopards; Only territorial male leopards starting 60 kilograms a
(10-20-2018, 03:39 AM)IGOTDAPOWER Wrote: You think these guys could take on lions or at least not run away so easily?

None of them could.
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Some Leopards from  Zimbabwe:

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The mean weight of male Leopards in certain parts of Zimbabwe is 59.8kg, close to the average weight of Leopards in South Africa.

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Source: Scheepers, J.L. & Gilchrist, D. 1991. Leopard predation on giraffe calves in Etosha National Park.  MADOQUA. 18(I): 49
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Last one has a massive neck and shoulders

Persian leopard

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Looks similar to a jaguar

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Mawenzi the beast from namibia

Mawenzi and Electra footage


From Kruger Tingana  arrives like a boss:

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I've been checking out the Persian leopards lately and I have to say, these are really one of the largest subspecies. I compare it to the Pantanal jaguars, where the average weight is higher than any other subspecies.

"A young male from northern Iran weighed 64 kg (141 lb)." (Source: The average weight for an African male leopard is about that weight...

I don't like this picture but it shows how big he is compared to a human.

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Male being collared. EDIT: this is actually an Indian male which you can notice by it's fur (more yellow/gold). He's still a big one so I'll just keep the picture.

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Gabon leopard/gorilla comparison:
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Gabon leopard, female/male:
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Forest leopards are also pretty big ones indeed.

Leopards from Congo

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Leopard from Gabon

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Persian leopard.
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Big male in his prime. Big dewlap and massive neck and shoulders!

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Big Indian male with female

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Yala male
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Seriously, I had to check the spots to see if it were a leopard or a jaguar...

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The leopard pictured above is one from Congo. They're pretty big specimens:

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Here's one that got killed:

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Compared to a jaguar:

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