Lion And Tiger = Liger

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What happens when a male lion and a female tiger breed? A Liger – the largest of all felines. A liger looks like a giant lion with diffused stripes and some male ligers grow sparse manes. These massive creatures are 10 feet long on average and weigh about 700 lb (320kg). Liger love swimming – trait common to tigers but lacking in lions. Ligers have been bred in captivity, deliberately and accidentally, since shortly before World War II. The largest liger alive today is appropriately named Hercules and lives in Jungle Island in Miami.

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42 Comments on “Lion And Tiger = Liger”

  1. That ish so kewl. I never thought that there were Ligers. I heard it in Napeolean Dynmaite, I don’t know if I spelt it right. But I never thought it was such a thing. They’re my favorite animals now, next to Tigers 🙂

  2. The MOst Amazing thing. I am Flattered by the same. Both Lion & Tiger are my Favourites and LIGER The most Now

  3. looking at your post i see that there is mostly kids commenting on this site and the whole liger thing. yall are idots learn how to spell really OMG that is such a stupid thing that you all cant do that. OMFG GROW UP!!!k

  4. they said it can reach 700lbs? is that on the dairy queen diet? reading the article i was thinking of something better than both species (lion and tiger) but that thing is just a fat S@%T…
    are they sterile afterwards?

  5. Mixing lions and tigers is something completely unnatural that humans invented, many ligers and tigons have terrible genetic disorders and disabilities, they usually live hard, short lives.

    Its really very sad and not cool or cute.

  6. Unfortunately though Ligers cannot produce offspring of their own, and therefore cannot progress as an individual species, Unless of course a further mutation happens which allows them to reproduce.

  7. Hector wrote: #
    looking at your post i see that there is mostly kids commenting on this site and the whole liger thing. yall are idots learn how to spell really OMG that is such a stupid thing that you all cant do that. OMFG GROW UP!!!k

    Nice grammar.

  8. Wow. Those animals are just so cute! They seem really friendly too. Wish there was a way you could get up close and pat them!

  9. Whoa… That thing is so F@%king weird. I’m only wondering one thing– How did the tiger and lion mate without trying to kill each other? Were they sedated?

  10. One time there was this dude, he was old time plains indian, Native American. He was on a buffalo hunt and shot a buffalo. When he went up to skin and pack the meat, he began to cut it open at it’s stomach. When he did an old withered lady was inside it. And she was………….. ALIVE!
    BANG!

    So next time you wanna get a drink of OJ in the middle of the night you better put on those tube socks.

    Does anyone know off the top the details of why they can’t mate and continue their species Line? I’m curious why a lion and tiger can have a kid together but, that their offspring is unable to breed with a like family’s offspring. specifically

  11. Argh. It pisses me off that little children and things cannot spell correctly. Haha Nooo 😀 i 15 fer god sakes xD NO BEIN A GROWN UP YET ;D

  12. Cliff SuperBoy Lloyd wrote: #
    One time there was this dude, he was old time plains indian, Native American. He was on a buffalo hunt and shot a buffalo. When he went up to skin and pack the meat, he began to cut it open at it’s stomach. When he did an old withered lady was inside it. And she was………….. ALIVE!
    BANG!

    So next time you wanna get a drink of OJ in the middle of the night you better put on those tube socks.

    Does anyone know off the top the details of why they can’t mate and continue their species Line? I’m curious why a lion and tiger can have a kid together but, that their offspring is unable to breed with a like family’s offspring. specifically

    Lions and tigers can breed because they are still from the same species and have enough DNA in common to be able to mate successfully, ligers cant mate because since tigers and lions are different enough that if they mate together there offspring will most likely be infertile

  13. cameron wrote: #

    Morgan wrote: #
    I’m using this site for my research project;-)

    me to im doing ligars

    Thanks to this site, i got an “A.”

  14. In the comments I have seen a lot of misconceptions about ligers. For example ligers can not reproduce. Female ligers have reproduced already to give birth to ti Liger, or li-ligers. The male ligers have a testosterone level satisfactory for mating with females, however, none of the male ligers have reproduced yet. Ligers live as long as lions and tigers. Shasta the liger lived for more than 24 years. This age is sufficient enough.

  15. Ninnay wrote: #
    Wow. Those animals are just so cute! They seem really friendly too. Wish there was a way you could get up close and pat them!

    they only seem friendly because they have been hand reared. Try go pet one in the wild see what will happen lol 🙂

  16. Daniel wrote: #

    Ninnay wrote: #
    Wow. Those animals are just so cute! They seem really friendly too. Wish there was a way you could get up close and pat them!

    they only seem friendly because they have been hand reared. Try go pet one in the wild see what will happen lol 🙂

    Yea, if there in the wild they can be quite hard to handle!!!

  17. really, point in fact, they do not arrive netehir smaller nor larger than tiger or lion cubs. Nor do they grow for a longer period of time. Ligers and tigons grow for the same period, achieving sexual maturity at about the same time (2-1/2 to 3 being of age) as lions or tigers. Liger cubs do grow quicker than? a lion or tiger dimensionally, but that’s because the adult animal is inherently larger than either parent species, much like a draft horse foal grows quicker than a pony.

  18. Ligers are great animals and so they should be protected with other endangered species and hybrids

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