Not a video, sorry. This is about a running debate I've had with a buddy, for fun. One of us says the tiger (or whatever the baddest big cat is) is badder than the rhino, and the other disagrees. I thought I'd get some Pub insight to add to the debate. One person feels that the big cats are so fast, agile, and stealthy that they are the ultimate predator. Heavy but quick with razor sharp claws on paws that they can use like a human's hands. A Siberian tiger can weigh over 600 pounds, can leap forward 30 feet, can run 40 MPH, and doesn't have natural predators (human.) The other feels that the rhino is invincible. It's not that a rhino would always kill a tiger in a fight, but that the tiger can't kill the rhino without some extraordinary circumstances (like water--rhinos can't swim.) A white rhino can weigh 4,000 pounds, is as tall as a typical human, has a 1.5 cm hyde, and run 40 MPH and with a massive club on its face. Its only predator is human. So what do you think? Let's say there were an interplanetary show and tell, and the subject was "What is your planet's baddest animal?" What would you bring, if it had to be one of these two?