A Liger, by the way, is a cross between a male lion and a female tiger; not the other way around. That specific combination is the only way to achieve the extraordinary size that is common with Ligers. A female lion and a male tiger produce a “Tigon” which usually will end up being smaller than either of it’s parent’s; sort of the opposite. Genetics are weird.

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