In the human species, some women ( a meaningful, though not large percentage) are taller and stronger than the average man.
Is a similar thing true in the animal kingdom? Are there some meaningful percentage of hens that would make better fighters than the average (game) cock? Cows that would be better at pulling plows than the average bull? Lionesses that could beat the average lion in a stand-up fight?
The point of the question is are there overlapping "bell curves" of size, strength, etc. so that "strong" females, while a clear minority, are nothing freakish. Or is it true in most (mammal) species that male strength is "off the charts" compared to female strength, except for "freaks."