Well, you have to look at the shape of the cat's skull. The skulls of lions and tigers have been compared, and they are very much alike, the difference is sometimes only noticeable to experts. Lions have slightly longer skulls, and tigers have wider, broader skulls. The wider the skull is, the more force will be applied to a bite. This is because the area of force is concentrated more, and not spread over a long length. This would give the tiger a stronger bite.
Lion and tiger jaw force comparison from National Geographic:
Lion average: 945 pounds per square inch (425 kg of force).
Tiger average: 1000 pounds per square inch (450 kg of force).
If i was to judge about the bite force, both cats have it of 1200 pounds. There is no such thing as wider= stronger. The bite force is spread over the lenght (lion) and width (tiger) so the theory that wider= stronger is just like a myth. Just like I said earlier on, their bite force is about 1000-1200Ibs
Some animals with long skulls, such as crocodiles, have extremely strong jaws. Some would say that animals with longer skulls would have a stronger bite, because crocs have a stronger bite force than animals such as cats. This is a ridiculous theory. Crocodiles and cats are completely different animals. You cannot compare mammals with reptiles.
The answer = neither
No-one never tried to test adult male tiger's bite force and no-one never tested adult male lion's bite force. They are just estimates. Scientific estimates are 1100Ibs (half a tonne) for each of them
tiger has more mussels hunting skills and bite force
tiger has more mussels hunting skills and bite force
The tiger has a bite force of 1000 pounds per square inch, the lion just over 900.
According to the "animal face-off" series, a male tiger has an impressive bite force of 1000 pounds. This is equal to 453 kg, and it means that it can cut through bone. There are indeed cases of male tigers that pierced through the skulls of other male tigers with their canines, during territorial fights. The lion has also the same bite force. In the "animal face-off" series, it was stated that scientists have developed a statistical formula to measure the bite force; Bite force = 2 (M x m+ T x t) / Length U, according to which, the bite force for both the tiger and the lion is 1000 pounds. However, the bite force is not the same for all tigers (and lions). It depends on the size, strength, age (etc) of the particular individual. Hyenas have a greater bite force than tigers (and lions). However, a tiger's bite (or a lion's bite) is much more devastating than a hyena's bite, because of the larger teeth that a tiger (or a lion) has.they bite so hard that when they bite they can rip your flesh open
tigers have more mussel strength hunting skills bite force
yes, tiger bite force 1087 pounds, lion 691 pounds. Tigers are also more muscular than lions.
The tiger's bite force is around 1000 pounds psi. The lion's is around 950 psi. So yes, but only slightly.
Tiger (1,050 psi) They are the largest big cat, and with a bite force of around 1,050 psi, they bite almost twice as hard as lions do. Perhaps that's why lions hunt in packs to take down their prey, while tigers are perfectly content — and efficient — flying solo.
Honestly the bite force of the African lion's is very impressive,the bite force is Actually 945 lbs (425 kg of force).
Tigers and lions have about the same bite force. They both would have a bite force of 1000 lbs per square inch, but the lion would have a slightly stronger bite force than a tiger because it tends to hunt larger prey. A tiger would usually bite the back of the neck of the prey, while a lion would bite the throat.A lot of users say that lions bite is 950psi and tiger is slightly stronger. The tigers bite is scientificaly 1300pounds and lions is the same. Animal experts did 2 tests .Longer vs shorter face. Shorter face won.However another test was wider vs narrow jaw one. Narrower face won.Tigers jaws are shorter but wider. Lions are longer but narrower.Their bite is equal in power.Scientificaly their bite is the same power.None lions or tigers are stronger. They are the same in power. Remember these were only estimated. You cannot measure the real bite of a lion and tiger. Those tests in 950psi and 1000psi was measured in the captivity. Lion or tiger didn't know would it bite or attact or would they start to purr or wait until it gives it food.Lions and tigers bite force is equal in power.
Only the tiger (1000 psi), lion (900 psi) are more powerful than the jaguar's 850 psi.
yes a tigersbite-force is stronger than an lions because scientist have recorded a tigers bite force, lions bite force and also a hyena's bite force the tiger an the hyena's are actually better than an lions bite force it's actually interesting if u study bite forces of animals if u have trouble about finding facts about animals just study then u'll get your answer!
Yes it does because a tigers head is like a jaguars head. and a Jaguar has a kind of round head which holds more muscle in it. A tigers head is like the same, so a tiger has a stronger bite force than a lion. Even tho a tiger has 30 teeth that's all it needs to kill almost any prey it attacks.
up to 750 pounds
A lot of people will say lion , however they are wrong because they are just stupid lion fans that know nothing about a tiger's advantages. The tiger will win because it is stronger! heavier, more agile, bigger, has longer canines, is a better fighter, is smarter, and is not lazy and waits for females to hunt. Tigers rule and lions are no sicken beans
A Lions bite force is approximately 700 lbs.
because when night if we dont have a baygon or lion tiger the mosquto will bite us
A male lion's bite was read at 1370Ib. In another test the bite was 1442Ib.A lioness bite was 825Ib and then 1050Ib. WHAT???Those were the top bite forces, but usually their bite force is 1000-1200IbsAccording to the "animal face-off" series, a male lion has a bite force of 1000 pounds. This is equal to 453 kg, and it means that it can cut through bone. There are indeed cases of male lions that pierced through the skulls of other male lions with their canines, during territorial fights. The tiger has also the same bite force. In the "animal face-off" series, it was stated that scientists have developed a statistical formula to measure the bite force; Bite force = 2 (M x m+ T x t) / Length U, according to which, the bite force for both the lion and the tiger is 1000 pounds. However, the bite force is not the same for all lions (and tigers). It depends on the size, strength, age (etc) of the particular individual. Brady Barr measured the bite force of a small male lion that lived in the wild at 691 pounds (313.43 kg). That particular lion was not fully grown and also not very muscular (quiet thin lion), apart from the fact that it was clearly hesitating to bite the bite meter too hard, for fear of breaking its teeth. Generally speaking, the largest and strongest lions are those that live in the Ngorongoro Crater, in Tanzania (with the exception of the few barbary lions that still exist). Hyenas have greater bite force than lions, however a lion's bite is more devastating than a hyena's bite, because of the larger teeth that a lion has.A lion can bite about 400 pounds in force. However, this typically depends on the gender, species, and age of the lion.600 to 1000 pounds per square inch...Lions should be able to exert at least 900lbs per square inch. Over three times the bite force of an American Pit bull terrier, which have massive biting force, or stronger than two wolves biting force COMBINED.Tigers can bite with over 1,000lbs of force PSI. Even more deadly... to equate to such a force, you can have a Hummer run over your arm and a lion's bite would STILL hurt more and cause more trauma.NOTE: Do not have your arm or ANY part of your body lie while ANY vehicle goes over you. This is a warning to any who are dumb enough to try this. Very serious consequences to this.
Depends on the age and health. Lion has abouts 1100-1300Ibs of bite force, owever, some lions had bite force above 1300Ibs but this kind of pressure is very rare
Yes. A snapper's bite force is about 1000 pounds compared to the lion's 700 pounds.
The bite force of a Allosaurus from what many paleontology have found was it only had the bite force of a adult male lion. the teeth of it are to small and weak to hold and break it's prey.
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The lion no doubt. Even though the wolf has a higher bite force than the lion, still won't help him. We saw a video of a cougar killing a lone wolf. Imagine how a bigger and stronger lion would do. The lion has a larger and fatter canines and long sharp claws. A wolf's skull could fit into lion's mouth. Wolf has 406 lbs bite force and hyenas has 1000lbs of bite force and lion kills hyena easy.
Its not a Lion it's actually a jaguar
Pit Bull Bite: 235 pounds of force doberman Bite: 200 to 400 pounds of force German Shepherd: 238 pounds of force Rottweiler: 328 pounds of force Lion: 691 pounds of force Hyena: 1000 pounds of force.