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post #31 of 87
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Originally Posted by bringusingoodale View Post

why hasn't anyone mention polar bear?
I would guess they would be evenly matched, on paper at least.

I mentioned it above, but I think the polar bear lacks the ferocity and agility that a large male grizzly has - a polar bear really doesn't have the demeanor that a grizzly has
post #32 of 87
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Yea salt water croc isn't a land animal and would only have an advantage in a water environment. On dry land there's no way the bear loses since the croc has no element of surprise
post #33 of 87
I'd bet a full sized african bull elephant can beat the living shit out of these cute cuddly creatures... if not then the inland taipan, known as the most venomous land snake, could paralyze that sucka in a heartbeat.

also, unicorn, duh.
post #34 of 87
I am not sure about elephant, as I said the weight advantage is there, but the agility is missing.

And OP discounted any venomous or poisonous creatures such as snakes and spiders or some freak of nature like this tiny blue octopus http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue-ringed_octopus
post #35 of 87
^ oh ok... shog[1].gif

so unicorn then
post #36 of 87
In terms of sheer power no land animal can beat the african elephant. They have been known to kill rhinos for fun. I'd wager that nothing on land bar a man with a large caliber rifle would be able to faze a male in musk.
post #37 of 87
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Originally Posted by bringusingoodale View Post

I am not sure about elephant, as I said the weight advantage is there, but the agility is missing.

The largest grizzlies are around 1500 lbs, the African bull elephant can get above 15,000 lbs. Sure I, as a human, would have trouble with a 15 lb bobcat or something, but I don't see how the elephant could lose against something 10% its weight, unless he let it gnaw on his underneck for a while.
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I think we have our winner.
post #40 of 87
this surprised me:

love the narration
post #41 of 87
didnt realize Caimans were this weak. They are also getting killed in the water. You would think they have the advantage

African American Jag 1-0 Caiman
White Jag 1-0 Caiman
post #42 of 87
THis is pretty cool. Again, the narration is great
post #43 of 87
Youtube was spot on with the recs

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post #44 of 87
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Originally Posted by bringusingoodale View Post

I am not sure about elephant, as I said the weight advantage is there, but the agility is missing.
And OP discounted any venomous or poisonous creatures such as snakes and spiders or some freak of nature like this tiny blue octopus http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue-ringed_octopus

Caught a Blue Ringed Octopus on a school field trip.
post #45 of 87
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Originally Posted by furo View Post

I mentioned it above, but I think the polar bear lacks the ferocity and agility that a large male grizzly has - a polar bear really doesn't have the demeanor that a grizzly has

I just watched a video of a polar bear beating the crap out of a grizzly on the National Geographic Channel. The polar bear was a bit larger, but it wasn't a big size difference.
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