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Siberian zoo breeds the world's first Liliger

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A zoo in Siberia has become home to the world's first Liliger.

Kiara's father is an African lion, and her mother is a liger - a cross between a lion and a tiger.

http://www.bbc.co.uk...europe-19633192

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The commentator was a bit harsh at the end but nice kitty .

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The commentator was a bit harsh at the end but nice kitty .

Not really, he was completely correct and people don't see what really goes on with zoo breeding and how it negatively affects conservation as apposed to helping it. The "white tiger" is the perfect example of this.

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The Liger shouldn't have been allowed to come into being, so neither should this further hybrid

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I thought the momma kitty was cute taking care of it. Momma didn't seem to care about what kind of cat she is.

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I don't understand their purpose in doing this. I don't think it should of happened.

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What about the Tion?

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I WANT !

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wats the point of making one?

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