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  Huge female liger

Huge female liger
Image credit: CC-BY-SA-2.0 Andy Carvin

Uploader comment: Isn't she pretty, I imagine her weight.

Image status: EXPLAINED A "liger" is the result of a male lion mating with a female tiger.

   

 
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Comment icon #10 Posted by ~*phoenix*~ on 1 September, 2005, 1:49
Aww! Its so cute and fat! Poor thing.... but atleast its going to be harder to attack you lmfao
Comment icon #9 Posted by fullmooneyes on 1 September, 2005, 3:06
awwwwwwwwwwwww
Comment icon #8 Posted by bible boy on 1 September, 2005, 7:24
That is not a lion, it is a hybrid lion and tiger, a Liger. The hybridization of a male lion and a female tiger creates a giant feline, the pairing of a male tiger and female lion produce dwarf, deaf offspring.
Comment icon #7 Posted by samuraidonkey on 1 September, 2005, 12:30
Let me be the first to point out the irony of the guy feeding it with a baby bottle. I mean, it's huge, and the bottle is...well, not at all.
Comment icon #6 Posted by bleak on 4 September, 2005, 7:55
Even if it's a Liger, it's huge
Comment icon #5 Posted by hajime on 6 September, 2005, 3:23
It's a Liger. All Liger's are this big. It's down to the breeding. Male liosn are bigger than females, while female tigers are bigger than the males. Take Lion sperm and tiger egg and what do you get? Mega kitty.
Comment icon #4 Posted by lizard lover on 14 September, 2005, 7:07
It's overweight. It is soooooooooo cute!!
Comment icon #3 Posted by suenamilyn on 21 September, 2005, 2:23
vote for pedro~
Comment icon #2 Posted by sofia alexandra on 23 September, 2005, 23:35
Imagine lying in your bed, cuddling with that...
Comment icon #1 Posted by mollow21 on 7 October, 2005, 1:28
it can't be a "lion" It has stripes. Lions and Tigers are still be bread. I know that there are two variations. One is a male and one is a female. Liger and Tions. Commonly now just caled Ligers but they are much bigger than the average Tiger or Lion.


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