The tiger, its beautiful and incredibly powerful, I once saw a clip of a tiger appear from being impossible to see in tall grass and jump so high it just barely missed swiping a man off the back of an elephant.
the wolf...there is something about their eyes that pull u in. I think they are beautiful.I know some people think vicious when they think wolf, but I only see wonder, family units and a gracefullness that not many animals have..
The first thing that came to my mind was a lion, but as I was thinking about this more I kept coming back to the Bald Eagle. Either way...both are beautiful creatures.
It's gotta be the Tiger. I love all tigers, particularly the Siberians, but love all cats great and small, and all animals in general.
all felines.. cats..lions.. tigers... felines have a majestic way about them nobody can deny!
The mountain lion........
Powers of stalking, patience, speed and agility........
They are the total package!
Oh, the muscles at work in a big cat........
they have the ability to rip the MOST valued guard dog to pieces........I know this
Sure, a Moose can stop a big rig, but once stopped, the moose can not tear it to shreds....
And, then, there is my sworn enemy..........he or she, is also quite powerful, in a deceitful kind of way.
Traditionally, lions have been voted the most majestic. However, I like wolves. They are beautiful, quick on their feet, very intelligent and proud.
If you have ever seen a Bull Elk walk into an open meadow at dawn with the morning mist settling around him . . . . Warm breath billowing from his nostrils cutting the icy chill?
When you speak of majestic, I assume you are talking about the appearance of something grand and breath taking. I think of the wild mustang. This is a beautiful creature that's both strong and noble which fits the description. Once domestic and not native to North America, they survived the wild canyons of the western states, although populations have become smaller. They are still roaming the west today.
For me the Saluki is the most majestic animal, this is the most graceful looking dog I have ever seen. They love to gracefully climb to the highest point possible and then they regally keep watch over everything and everyone.
I'd have to go with a sloth here. I can't believe how this animal has survived to this point. It is a truly hilarious animal and I'm really in awe of it.
by ngureco 5 years ago
Why is the lion ‘the king of the jungle’ when a tiger can beat it hands down in a fight?
by Liz Elias 17 months ago
I came across a new piece of information:A tigon is the offspring of a male tiger and a lioness. In parentheses, it gave the alternate combination, of which I was already aware: a liger is the offspring of a male lion and a tigress.Now, I wonder, what would you call the offspring of a tigon...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 6 years ago
What is your opinion of Amy Chua's tiger mom parenting methods?
by Ashok Goyal 5 years ago
Is there any law to punish animals like Lion, Elephant and Bear injuring humans without provocation?Is there any law to punish animals like Lion, Elephant and Bear injuring humans without provocation? If human beings commit crimes there is law to punish them.
by marcus1305 8 years ago
what would probably win in a fight a tiger or lion?
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