In a battle between the apex predator of the jungle vs. that of the ocean, I'd always bet on the jungle...even in this away-game that I've depicted here. Of course, that's only until the technology of the Great White Shark rises to meet that of the Lions'. At that point, it's anybody's guess. However, by evolutionary standards, the Great White Sharks have already had many many eons longer to develop their technology than have the Lions. Honestly, I'm beginning to lose hope in the sea's apex representative.
To add insult to injury, the debonaire Lions will forever dwarf the Great Whites in classiness. To this day, I've never seen a Great White Shark drink red wine. Only stinky, yucky blood, flesh, and chum. We should not place much hope on these barbaric Great White heathens. I suspect that these fish are not building enormous and fantastic technologically advanced Mech-Warriors any time too incredibly soon. Without a doubt, the mammal is mother nature's true evolutionary champion. Of course, I could also just be biased. Those sharks have some serious evolutionary staying power.
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