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Sun, Sep 15, 2013 10:49 PM
Sat, Sep 21, 2013 4:49 PM
Thanks again for such a great job Deinotherium.
For all, check what Dr Craig Packer, top expert
of wild lions in the world, believes about the new theory (already a scientific
fact, for me) of the great Valmik Thappar.
It seems that these two top experts agree that
the Indian lion was a mere exotic animal in a foreign land, that never lived in
the wild and that only survived in the Gir forest, were tigers are absent and
were feral cattle is abundant.
Sat, Sep 21, 2013 7:44 PM
Deinotherium wrote:That is all. Enjoy reading!
Sat, Sep 21, 2013 10:22 PM
Mon, Sep 23, 2013 2:52 AM
I think not. Even if they are not natives from
India, the Gir lions are the last “wild” relic of the Persian lions that lived
from the Southeast of Greece, through Turkey up to the west of Iran. We most
also take in count that Dr Packer mentioned that Gir lions are practically “indistinguishable”
from the Barbary lions, which support the theory of the “second wave” of lions
that invaded all the north of Africa, through the Atlantic coast bordering the
desert and reaching up to Cameroon and Benin.
In this context, Gir lions are very important,
not nationally, but biologically speaking. The problem is that they genes are highly
damaged, so “reintroduction” of new genes to the pool is important and it
seems that the only possible candidates are the captive Barbary lions in Morocco
(highly unlikely) and those from the West of Africa (highly endangered).
By the way, sorry for the large delay in the
revision of your tables KingT, but believe me, my time is even shorter now. By
the way, I am going to confirm the date from my graduation. I am going to
inform both of you.
Greetings and cheers.
Thu, Nov 7, 2013 1:55 PM
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