What is the largest carnivore mammal? (apart from whales)

elephant seal
polar bear
Siberian tiger
Kodiak bear
The biggest recorded "beach­mas­ter" male of the southern elephant seal was 5,000 kg (11,000 lb) and 6.9 m (22.5 ft) long. A bear can grow up to 1,000 kg - five times less.

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elephant seal
polar bear
Siberian tiger
Kodiak bear
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flagCroatia
75%
10%
5%
10%
20
flagFrance
67%
12%
6%
12%
31
flagthe Netherlands
66%
12%
12%
8%
57
flagAustria
66%
19%
14%
0%
21
flagGermany
65%
12%
9%
10%
221
flagthe United Kingdom
60%
19%
9%
9%
437
flagSweden
60%
17%
13%
8%
23
flagPoland
57%
15%
11%
14%
20806
flagRepublic of Ireland
56%
18%
12%
8%
58
flagCanada
56%
8%
21%
13%
46
flagSwitzerland
52%
24%
12%
12%
25
flagItaly
52%
28%
20%
0%
25
flagCzech Republic
52%
5%
17%
23%
17
flagNorway
47%
15%
20%
15%
44
flagUnknown
43%
20%
10%
25%
1032
flagAustralia
43%
34%
8%
13%
23
flagIndia
42%
26%
15%
14%
128
flagSpain
42%
28%
10%
14%
28
flagthe United States
37%
29%
14%
17%
434
flagDenmark
37%
29%
16%
16%
24

Gender

men48%
women50%
elephant seal
48%
50%
polar bear
19%
16%
Siberian tiger
12%
17%
Kodiak bear
19%
15%

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