Liger- a rare hybrid animal & offspring of Male Lion and Female Tiger

The liger is a hybrid offspring of a male lion (Panthera leo) and a female tiger (Panthera tigris). The liger has parents in the same genus but of different species. The liger is distinct from the similar hybrid tigon, and is the largest of all known extant felines. They enjoy swimming, which is a characteristic of tigers, and are very sociable like lions. Notably, ligers typically grow larger than either parent species, unlike tigons.

Liger- a rare hybrid animal & offspring of Male Lion and Female Tiger

Liger is the world biggest cat. His father is a lion and his mother is a tiger. That’s why it is called a Liger. Liger is huge because it expresses hybrid generation.Hybrid generation is a crossing of those two animals.It creates an animal bigger,smarter,longer,faster and incredible character.

The history of lion-tiger hybrids dates to at least the early 19th century in India. In 1798, Étienne Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire (1772–1844) made a colour plate of the offspring of a lion and a tiger. The portmanteau “liger” was coined by the 1930s.

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Some Facts about Liger: A super cat not a lion or a tiger but LIGER. A 900 pounds almost a 100 times  a size of a house cat and twice in the width than off a lion or tiger. Ligers live smart healthy lives,they are usually 12 feet tall and 900 pounds.

Liger- a rare hybrid animal & offspring of Male Lion and Female Tiger

A liger is created by breading a male lion with a female tiger and the result is a hybrid offspring that is abnormal large,size w8 a liger a simply dorms its parents,his massive skull is 40 percent larger than a lions or a tigers,Their enormous big bones structure it can be actually at the size of the mother and father combined enormous piece .

Scientists are still trying to understand why hybrids like ligers can become  so much larger than their parents,what they do know is that ligers are missing the growth inhabiting genes that keeps them at normal size,they only live in captivity but the scale of their predatory tools is unmatched even in NATURE!

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