Can ligers mate with other ligers?
Ligers cannot produce offspring. This is because they are a combination of two species, and the offspring of two different species are always sterile.
No. Ligers do not exist in the wild.
When a Lion and a Tiger mate, they have baby Ligers.
No. Ligers are born in captivity only when tigers and lions mate. They are very rare
Yes, if you have ever heard of a liger or a tigon, they are the result of a female lion and a male tiger. Ligers are much bigger than normal tigers. Actually, a liger embryo is so large that a female tiger is too small to carry it, so the female in the equation has to be a lioness and, therefore the male would be a tiger. Although a lion and tiger can mate to… Read More
yes ligers do
Yes they can, and the cubs they have are called ligers
Ligers are infertile because since tigers and lions are different species, they can mate with each other but produce infertile offspring due to mutations that occured as the two species evolved apart from one another. Similarly, horses and donkeys can mate to produce mules, but the mules are infertile.
yes because lions and tigers dont mate that often
A female Liger can have cubs, though not with other male ligers, because male ligers are fertile. Though they can reproduce with other male lions or tigers. Making li-ligers and ti-ligers, respectively.
When a Male lion and a female tiger mate, the cubs are called ligers. When a Male tiger and a female lion mate, the cubs are called tigons. Ligers are more common, because the mating process is easier. Ligers have stripes from the tiger and spots from the lion. On hind legs they can stand 12 feet tall at most they can weigh 1,000 pounds, but most weigh about 500 pounds making it the largest… Read More
The majority of male ligers are sterile but in 1943 a male liger mated with a lion and produced a healthy offspring. So it's possible.
ligers eat, sleep, and bug each other all day.
It depends on what you mean by that...........It is very possible to mate animals of the same species.....such as ligers (lion tiger), zorses (zebra horse).
ligers are not recognized as a specie. They are hybrids, created when two animals that would never encounter each other naturally are tricked to breed with each other. And since they're usually sterile - ligers can't make new ligers - they can't form an own specie.
In nature it would be impossible because jaguars and leopards live on different continents. However, they are from the same genus so it is possible they could successfully mate.
it is when two diffrent animal species mate and produce a new species, zonkeys or ligers are examples. these new animals do not often live long and also cannot mate either
Ligers are not actually a species. They are a cross of a male lion and a female tiger. Therefore, because they live on different continents, you will never find a liger in the wild naturally. Ligers are unable to produce cubs, so you would not find a family group. Ligers only exist in circuses, where a male lion and a female tiger have been allowed to mate. (Tions are where the father is a tiger… Read More
There are various wrong claims about the actual population of the ligers. Xixua.net.news Agency claimed there were 8 ligers lefted in the world. However, I don't believe that. National Geographic claimed that there were 30 ligers lefted in the world. I think they only counted the ligers in USA. The Sun claimed that there were nearly 100 ligers. Well, the sun is correct, but what is the actual number? The Liger World had given a… Read More
Ligers can only be found in captivity. There are no wild ligers. Ligers are a completely man made species and all ligers are sterile, meaning that they cannot reproduce.
Ligers don't have predators, but people can somtimes kill ligers, and leopards sometimes get into fights with ligers, and can sometimes end up killing the ligers for their food that they were fighting for. But sometimes ligers can win and the leopards will die.
Yes, and the are called ligers. They are much bigger than their parents because of hybrid vigor. Usually only the females are fertile so it's not possible to mate them together, only back to a lion or tiger
Most of them do not suffer from hybrid infertility, in other words they are
No, ligers are carnivores, meaning they eat meat. Ligers are not naturally occurring in the world and the only ligers in existence were born in captivity.
Ligers are an artificial hybrid created by human intervention. As such there are no ligers in the wild, only in zoos and similar. Ligers get their food from their keepers.
They don't live in the wild if thats what u think. Instead, they live in research centres and special zoos because normally, tigers and lions don't mate naturally in the wild without human's help. The humans breed them just like they do with dogs and other animals. They did this to see if a tiger and lion could actually mate sucessfully.
Ligers were not discovered, they were bred.
There are no wild ligers.
yes ligers do roar
There are no wild ligers.
NOWHERE! There have only been two Ligers ever breeded and they were breeded in a zoo in New York, one of them died and the other one is very sick.
Ligers are not recognized as a specie since they aren't naturally occuring. They are hybrids, created by humans when two animals that would never encounter each other naturally are tricked to breed with each other. And since they're usually sterile - ligers can't make new ligers - they can't form an own specie
ligers live in antartica
Ligers are mainly found in zoos.
no but you can mate with them
they do mate with other species of dolphins rarely
There are various claims about the actual population of the ligers. Some claim that there are around 10 ligers. This claim was set by Xinhua news agency recently in 2010. However, I personally don't believe this. National Geographic a very reputable in 2009 claimed that there are about 30 ligers living in the world. One of the famous news agency The Sun claimed that there are nearly 100 ligers in the world. That claim was… Read More
There are no ligers in the wild. They are all in zoos and private collections. As such, they eat whatever their keepers give to them. Which makes "animal babies" unlikely to be a big part of their diet.
The role for the ligers is to eat eyeballs and regertutate them
a group of ligers are called preaks..
No. Ligers are carnivores, meat eaters.
whales mate with other whales of the same species.
They can not mate with each other.
NO! owls mate owls & dogs mate dogs!
The male ligers do not retain the effective genetic material or testosterone to impregnate the female liger. However, a female liger can be impregnated by a male lion or tiger.
No. Ligers are mammals and are therefore warmblooded.
ligers don't have scientific name yet
ligers are a hybrid animal,bred in captivity.
250000 thousand type of ligers