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  1. Tigers, although probably stronger, might be at a disadvantage in a fight with a lion because lions run in prides, while tigers are solitary hunters, and it probaby wouldn’t stay a one-on-one fight for long. I lecture my cat about raccoons whose populations are on the rise here. He might win against a single raccoon as he is a big, strong cat. But raccoons don’t fight fairly, and since they run in groups of three, four, or five, they would gang-up and win against a single cat. It’s the same principle that human criminal street gangs use. Although most animals and plants are harmed by the spread of humanity, coyotes and raccoons and weeds flourish wherever humans go, at least here in the western U.S. and Canada..

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