The threatened Amur tiger - the world's biggest* - has staged a bit of a comeback in its native Siberia, with the population "finally stabilised", according to the WWF. The Amur population, which by the 1940s was represented by just 40-odd individuals in the Russian wilds, is now estimated at 480 to 520, The Telegraph reports. …
800lb of Bootnotes
"*An adult male Amur tiger can weigh in at 800lb and reach 10ft in length."
According to a recent survey, over 76% of Amur tiger cubs born in the wild prefer the Metric system. This trend is also shared by at least one of your loyal readers.
So is 800lb a lot then or what? Heavier than an average king or lighter?
in stones, is about 57. In the world according to google anyway. Better?
800lb of Furry luurv
800lb convert to about 362kg. But I thought there were such converters somewhere on the intarwebs. Oh well.
Pounds? Feet? Huh?
Pounds? Feet? What are those in non-paleolithic units (i.e. kilograms and metres)?
OK, but how long is 10ft? about 3m?
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