Could a wolf beat a lion in a fight?
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I invite Shay Walsh to debate this with myself.
J-Dawg forfeited this round.
Dogs ARE the descendants of wolves, as many many websites show (Feel free to google).
Therefore a singular lion would win against a singular wolf. Your comment has gone off topic creating a straw person - the comment of descendants has nothing to do with this fight...
Love you J-Dawg.
I wouldn't have forfeited the other round, but I had things I had to do, anyhow.
But a wolf would beat a lion because as mentioned, Lions are lazy; they protect their land, but it's the females that do the hunting (and get minimal reward for doing). I propose that with a wolf's agility and sharp claws, there would at the very least be a scenario where the wolf would win. The wolf might not have a very high chance of success, but I believe that a wolf would be capable of taking down a lion.
For example, let's imagine in this scenario (all animal types allowed) that a Dire Wolf faces off against a Mountain Lion. The Dire Wolf is tougher (tougher than a regular Grey Wolf, anyway), and the Mountain Lion is strong, but the Dire Wolf has a high chance of victory.
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