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Title: Cougar vs Cheetah
Description: Part 3 of the first round


ND4 - November 16, 2008 04:21 AM (GMT)
The Komodo knew it was outmactched when it could,nt bite the Mama Croc who then proceed to tear it to shreads. She grutned and took the corpse back for her kids but since she won was teleported away .
Now only two rounds left in the first round .
The dangoures Couger had killed a elk and had been eating it when suddnley a desprate Cheeta trying to get away from a pack of Hyenas who she had manged to kill only leaving 3 . The three hyanes found the cheetha but were more instersted in the Elk corpse the Cougar was eating. The Cougar hissed at the Hyeneas and the Cheetea who all charged to get the Elk corpse.
Okay it is a fullgrown male Cougar vs a teen Cheetae who is male and is trying to kill the Hyeneas and the Cougar .The two also have to worry about the three Hyenas who wanted the Elk corpse and were going to kill to get it .
So who wins?

E-Apple - November 16, 2008 04:56 AM (GMT)
CHECK OUT MUGEN!

granobulax - November 16, 2008 07:47 AM (GMT)
The three hyenas will win this. The cheetah would be far outmatched by all so he'd run away leaving the cougar against 3 hyenas. Since the hyenas have numbers and one of the strongest bite forces in the animal kingdom, they chase off or kill the cougar.

ND4 - November 16, 2008 05:32 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (granobulax @ Nov 16 2008, 07:47 AM)
The three hyenas will win this. The cheetah would be far outmatched by all so he'd run away leaving the cougar against 3 hyenas. Since the hyenas have numbers and one of the strongest bite forces in the animal kingdom, they chase off or kill the cougar.

Hey Grano have you been likeing this animal seris?

E-Apple - November 16, 2008 05:40 PM (GMT)
strongest bite forces? I thought these things were pansies.......please explain.

ND4 - November 16, 2008 05:42 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (E-Apple @ Nov 16 2008, 05:40 PM)
strongest bite forces? I thought these things were pansies.......please explain.

Hey Eth want me to pm you what the last first round in this tourment is?

granobulax - November 16, 2008 06:06 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (ND4 @ Nov 16 2008, 05:32 PM)
QUOTE (granobulax @ Nov 16 2008, 07:47 AM)
The three hyenas will win this. The cheetah would be far outmatched by all so he'd run away leaving the cougar against 3 hyenas. Since the hyenas have numbers and one of the strongest bite forces in the animal kingdom, they chase off or kill the cougar.

Hey Grano have you been likeing this animal seris?

Yes

The Ripper - November 16, 2008 06:15 PM (GMT)
Quantity has a quality of its own, so the hyenas win.

I got an idea, make the final round boss a Tyrannosaurus Rex, but it has to be female. A female T. Rex is much more vicious than a male.

granobulax - November 16, 2008 06:30 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (E-Apple @ Nov 16 2008, 05:40 PM)
strongest bite forces? I thought these things were pansies.......please explain.

This is strait off of Wikipedia: (I put key points in bold)

Hyenas have extremely strong jaws in relation to their body size. In 2005, Dr. Brady Barr of the National Geographic measured the bite forces of many different animals, including spotted hyenas for the documentary Dangerous Encounters: Bite Force. A one year old cub had a bite measured at 603 pounds of force, leading to the postulation that a full grown adult could bite at over 1,000 pounds of force. This mandibular power, combined with its large pyramid shaped molars allows it to easily crush bone, even those of elephants. An experiment conducted in 1955 showed that the spotted hyena easily outclassed the much larger brown bear in bone crushing ability. It is often asserted in television and print that hyenas have the most powerful bite for their overall body mass when compared to other animals.

*And there are 3 of these against one of each of the others...*

The Ripper - November 16, 2008 06:55 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (granobulax @ Nov 16 2008, 11:30 AM)
QUOTE (E-Apple @ Nov 16 2008, 05:40 PM)
strongest bite forces? I thought these things were pansies.......please explain.

This is strait off of Wikipedia: (I put key points in bold)

Hyenas have extremely strong jaws in relation to their body size. In 2005, Dr. Brady Barr of the National Geographic measured the bite forces of many different animals, including spotted hyenas for the documentary Dangerous Encounters: Bite Force. A one year old cub had a bite measured at 603 pounds of force, leading to the postulation that a full grown adult could bite at over 1,000 pounds of force. This mandibular power, combined with its large pyramid shaped molars allows it to easily crush bone, even those of elephants. An experiment conducted in 1955 showed that the spotted hyena easily outclassed the much larger brown bear in bone crushing ability. It is often asserted in television and print that hyenas have the most powerful bite for their overall body mass when compared to other animals.

*And there are 3 of these against one of each of the others...*

Besides, as I said before, quantity has a quality of its own! Do you think my idea is good for the boss battle?

granobulax - November 16, 2008 07:06 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (The Ripper @ Nov 16 2008, 06:55 PM)
Do you think my idea is good for the boss battle?

Honestly? No, too lopsided.

It would be like a mouse vs a pitbull...

The Ripper - November 16, 2008 07:32 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (granobulax @ Nov 16 2008, 12:06 PM)
QUOTE (The Ripper @ Nov 16 2008, 06:55 PM)
Do you think my idea is good for the boss battle?

Honestly? No, too lopsided.

It would be like a mouse vs a pitbull...

What dinosaur would be a good match?

I thought a bear would be a good match for a T. Rex!

granobulax - November 17, 2008 04:58 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (The Ripper @ Nov 16 2008, 07:32 PM)


I thought a bear would be a good match for a T. Rex!

Here are some size comparisons:

An average grizzly bear to a 6 foot man user posted image

And now a T-Rex compared to a bus user posted image




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