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|Riyukco||Posted on Feb 27 2007, 08:05 PM|
|This was in a documentary about bengel tigers. The tiger bit right through the crocs skull.|
|oswalder||Posted on Feb 27 2007, 02:36 PM|
Yep, you're right.
So far (~100 pages left in Polar Shift I think) I liked Lost City better so maybe that's why I had it on my mind...
Has anyone seen that show where they simulate which animal would win if they got into a fight? The only one I saw was between a lion and a crocodile I think. They actually used a fair amount of science in calculating bite strength and quickness and whatnot.
|Riyukco||Posted on Feb 27 2007, 01:22 PM|
| Not that I know of but I wouldn't put it past them. Male crocodiles are known for eating their own young. In the animal kingdom babies are fair game to anyone. Remember sharks are only a few inches long when thay are born. I may have over estimated the seals but some have been know to get as big as cars and they are carniverous.
Have you guys ever seen lake placid. They say that they belive that the indopacific crocodile, the black camain, and a couple other species can get that big if they live long enough. Up to and over a hundred years. Usually they are kill by another crocodile, preditor, or man first.
There is filmed attack of a bengal tiger killing a mugger crocodile.
|Kellym||Posted on Feb 26 2007, 11:44 PM|
| Riyukco, you have most of us onside with the Orca point. But have their been any documented cases of seals or crocodiles attacking and killing Great Whites?
LMAO good one, Andy
Deary Me Erik, you getting yourself all confused again? Must be all those wedding plans muffling your brain
|Andy in West Oz||Posted on Feb 26 2007, 11:34 PM|
| Orcas were pretty dastardly (my word for the day) in Matthew Reilly's Ice Station too!
|Riyukco||Posted on Feb 26 2007, 09:36 PM|
|Sorry buddy but that was polar shift.|
|oswalder||Posted on Feb 26 2007, 04:38 PM|
Especially when they get all wriled up by electromagnetic waves!
Sorry, I'm reading Lost City.
|Andy in West Oz||Posted on Feb 25 2007, 10:49 PM|
| Orcas work well together in a team so I copmpletely agree with you on that one.
|Riyukco||Posted on Feb 25 2007, 09:53 PM|
|Thats a small great white and remember they are not sure just how big the great white gets. Several species of crocdile can reach over twenty feet. A couple they estimate can reach thirty but they have no documented cases of this. Walrus is classified as a seal/sealion spieces. They are filmed attacks of orca or orcas attacking and killing great whites.|
|Andy in West Oz||Posted on Feb 25 2007, 09:41 PM|
| I would agree with you on the Orca point but can't regarding the crocodiles and the seals. There are some pretty impressive seals out there, leopard (typed that and it looked like leotard...a leotard seal...LOL) and elephant spring to mind, but I'm not sure about them vs a Great White. Entirely possible but I'm keen to see evidence as it would be fascinating.
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