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Questions regarding animal conflicts within realistic or unrealistic settings are welcome; my strength lies in medium-to-large species. Small animals (including birds of prey), prehistoric animals, sea creatures, and domestic dog breeds are usually within my scope, but to a lesser degree. I can't confidently answer hypothetical questions about human vs animal, arachnids, insects, or amphibians, but I am willing to field them nonetheless.

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2016-10-22 Mr Owl, How Many Licks Does It Take To Get To The Tootsie Roll Center Of A Tootsie Pop?Lets Find Out.A One,..A Two-Hoo...A Three...Crunch.A Three:

Hello Trish.      1. Moose vs 10 Wolverines: A bull moose can weigh as much as 35-40 wolverines.  A moose can be killed by a wolverine if it is hampered by deep snow or otherwise less than 100%, but a

2016-10-16 Honey Badger:

Hello Gian.  Good to hear from you.      Q: If a honey badger got into a conflict with these following animals, would it be able to drive them away?    A: A lot of this will depend on the specific situation

2016-10-15 Gorillas In The Mist:

Hello Trish.  Good to hear from you.      1. Lion vs Chacma Baboon Troop: A male African lion can weigh 550lb, which is more than 6 large chacma baboons.  Leopards will occasionally predate upon baboons

2016-10-02 Crocodile/Rhino predation:

Hello Gian.      Q: How often does Nile crocodile predation among rhinos happen?  A: It's probably quite rare (rhino predation), but any animal that a Nile crocodile can overpower is a potential target

2016-10-01 Going To Toys "R" Us To Meet Geoffrey The Giraffe.:

Hello Trish.  Good to hear from you.  Things are going well.      1. White Rhino vs 3 Giraffes: A white rhinoceros usually weighs about 5,000lb, but a very large one can reach 4 tons.  A bull giraffe will

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