Mammals – Most popular mammals in the World

 
Mammals
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Lion Oroszlán Panthera leo Löwe
Kangaroo
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Dog
Dog
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Horse
Horse
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The most popular mammals

The most popular mammals are the lion, tiger, blue whale, elephant, giraffe, gorilla snow leopard, jaguar, polar bear, cat and the dog or something like this.

Tigers

Tigers are the biggest big cats in our planet. There are different sub-species, the biggest ones can be almost 400 kgs (881 lbs). The estimated number of all tigers on the Earth is between 3000 and 5000 individuals. To compare there were around 40-50,000 Tigers in 1900 in only India. Tiger were widely spread accross all Asia but today only can be found in Russia and South Asia in India China and several other countries.

Lions

Lions are perhaps the best known mammals in our planet thanks to TV channels like National geographic. The lion is a serious killer with lots of muscles. They usually hunt in groups for large sized prey like wildebeast, buffalo, zebras, and giraffes and antelopes ranging even up to adult elephants. A lion’s weight is around 180-200kg (400-440 pounds) but some males can be even bigger. Today lions mostly associated with Africa, but they present in India as well (very small number) and before was present even in Europe, North America and many other places. Today 12 different species of lions recognized, mostly different by different places. The Asian lion is which mostly different than the African lions.
Most known conflict with humans were in 1898 when two man-eater lions eat around 135 (perhaps not the most sure number) construction workers of the railway bridge across Tsavo river in Kenya. The Lion’s skins was sold to Chicago museum.

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