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.
From a young age, I have been interested in animals. Starting with the original Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom and World Book Encyclopedias, I have seen many animal shows and documentaries and have read multiple books on the subject. I have a solid understanding of the physiology of many animals and interspecies conflict in general.
Associate degree in unrelated field; biology classes in college.
Hello Trish. Glad you had a great week. Mine went well overall. Red Kangaroo vs Chimpanzee: A red kangaroo can weigh about 50% more than a chimpanzee. The powerful kicks delivered from a red kangaroo
Hello again Trish. Jaguar vs Giant Anteater: A jaguar can weigh over twice as much as a maximum-sized giant anteater. These animals occasionally interact with one another, and in most cases it's
Hello Trish. Good to hear from you again. Thanksgiving was good, but I probably ate too much food. Relaxing time, though. In some of these matchups, the outcome will depend on whether or not the
Hello Trish. Good to hear from you. This week has been good overall. I've seen The Lion King and The Jungle Book (bought the new version), but I think I've only seen parts of Tarzan. I'll have
Hello Gian. Wolverine vs Cheetah (discussion): Here is a recent answer of mine for this matchup ("X-Men" from 8/12/16): "Wolverine vs Cheetah: The cheetah will weigh over 3 times as much as the