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Spinosaurus aegyptiacus 27 (41.5%)
Tyrannosaurus rex 38 (58.5%)
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Lion 19 (26%)
Tiger 54 (74%)
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Livyatan melvillei 20 (38.5%)
Carcharocles megalodon 32 (61.5%)
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Cougar 53 (75.7%)
Mackenzie Valley Wolf 17 (24.3%)
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Carcharodontosaurus saharicus 21 (36.2%)
Tyrannosaurus rex 37 (63.8%)
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Cougar 51 (79.7%)
Haast's Eagle 13 (20.3%)
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African Lion 63 (86.3%)
Eastern Gorilla Silverback 10 (13.7%)
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Clouded Leopard 48 (69.6%)
American Pitbull Terrier 21 (30.4%)
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House Sparrow v Great Tit

Posted by Taipan (Admins) at Sep 17 2014, 10:52 PM. 27 comments

House Sparrow - Passer domesticus
The house sparrow (Passer domesticus) is a bird of the sparrow family Passeridae, found in most parts of the world. A small bird, it has a typical length of 16 cm (6.3 in) and a weight of 24–39.5 g (0.85–1.39 oz). Females and young birds are coloured pale brown and grey, and males have brighter black, white, and brown markings. One of about 25 species in the genus Passer, the house sparrow is native to most of Europe, the Mediterranean region, and much of Asia. Its intentional or accidental introductions to many regions, including parts of Australia, Africa, and the Americas, make it the most widely distributed wild bird. Though found in widely varied habitats and climates, it typically avoids extensive woodlands, grasslands, and deserts away from human development. It feeds mostly on the seeds of grains and weeds, but it is an opportunistic eater and commonly eats insects and many other foods. Its predators include domestic cats, hawks, owls, and many other predatory birds and mammals.

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Great Tit - Parus major
The great tit (Parus major) is a passerine bird in the tit family Paridae. It is a widespread and common species throughout Europe, the Middle East, Central and Northern Asia, and parts of North Africa in any sort of woodland. The great tit is large for a tit at 12.5–14.0 cm (4.9–5.5 in) in length, and has a distinctive appearance that makes it easy to recognise. The nominate race P. major major has a bluish-black crown, black neck, throat, bib and head, and white cheeks and ear coverts. Great tits are primarily insectivorous in the summer, feeding on insects and spiders which they capture by foliage gleaning. Weight: 14-22 g

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Catboy
Sep 17 2014, 04:22 AM
Can I please re-request House Sparrow vs Great tit? I was actually thinking of favouring the great tit from the very start and, while many people might not agree with me, I did have some arguments in favour of the great tit for when it's made. So can I please have Great tit vs House Sparrow please
 

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