What is rarer ligers or tigons?
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Tigons are better for now
Not necessarily. PROOF: Ligers and tigons DO exist. Yes, ligers and tigons exist but were bred only in captivity. They do not exist in the wild,
Ligers or some people call then tigons but it's most commonly used as ligers.
Yes, they produce Ligers or Tigons
Tigons and ligers are not naturally occurring animals, but are hybrids bred in captivity. Non-natural species are not classified with an endangered status.
tigons are much smaller than ligers, normally weighing at 160 to 180 kgs, but weights of 800 pounds in tigons have been recorded. ligers wiegh 400 to 600kgs, largest one was 800 kgs.
Ligers and Tigons are born through the accidental mating of a lion and a tiger.
Yes..If the father is a lion, the cubs are ligers..If he is a tiger, they are tigons..
A "Liger" is cross-breed between a male lion and a female tiger. Ligers cannot make other ligers. As a general rule, the offspring of two different species are sterile and cannot reproduce (the only exceptions are between species that are very closely related, like lynx and bobcats). Ligers, the offspring of a male lion and a female tiger are closely enough related that a female liger is usually fertile, but a male liger is not… Read More
No, since Ligers are a breed of tigers and lions they can't breed on because of their genes. Answer: The above is incorrect. Female tigons and ligers have often proved to be fertile and can mate with a lion, tiger or in theory with another species such as leopard or jaguar. Tigons and ligers have been mated together to produce ti-ligers (tig-ligers). Tigers and tigons have been mated to produce ti-tigons. Ti-ligers and ti-tigons are… Read More
Cougars, lynx, panthers, ligers, tigons, ocelots, and jaguars. I am not completely sure that these are all of them but they are a lot of them.
Ligers grow bigger than tigons and would most likely be stronger
there is two cross breds between lions and tigers. they're ligers and tigons.
Yes, Ligers do exist however tigon is not a term used often because it is also a word for a dragon and tiger hybrid (which obviously doesn't exist) hope this helps!
No. Male tigons, just like ligers, are sterile (meaning they have no or very little sperm). However, if a male lion or tiger mates with a female tigon, they can have cubs. This causes ligers and tigons to look very different from cat to cat, such as fur color, mane size, and stripe visibility.
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
=== === === === === === === === It depends on what you're looking at, because they're hybrids and aren't actual species. Ligers are usually larger in size than tigons, though. === === === ===
No. Zorses (horse x zebra) are infertile, meaning that they cant have babies. I also think it is the same about ligers and tigons. Although they do have a distinct gender.
10-15 with out great care from13- 18 when take with great care one tigon lived 23 years ligers live only 7-10 with out great care withit they might live from 10 15 oldest i know of was 18 years old...
Well it depends. If you are alking just about leopards (cuz you spelled it wrong) then yes they are real. Or if you are talking just about a lion/leopard cat then yes they are also real. So are tigons and ligers :)
Yes they do. The offspring are called ligers or tigons, depending on which parent was the lion and which parent was the tiger. Ligers are the result of a male lion cross bred with a female tiger, and a tigon (also known as a tiglon or tion) is the result of cross breeding between a male tiger and female lion. Ligers are the largest cat known while the tigon is around the size of a… Read More
Anyone is able to eat anything they can get past their nose and down their throat. The question here was likely intended to be about the legality of eating meat from ligers. Hybrids of protected animals were excluded from the Endangered Species Act of 1973, so ligers and tigons are not protected. Some countries forbid the crossbreeding to produce ligers or tigons, but the United States is not one of them. USDA does not inspect… Read More
Pretty much. They are both Big cats and are the same family but, they cant breed here some web sites Tigon http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tigon Liger http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liger
A Liger is the result of a male Lion breeding with a female Tiger. So i assume that a Tigon the result of a male Tiger breeding with a female lion. Ligers grow to lenths over 10 feet, tigons get large muscle mass.
Lions and tigers come from different continents, so they never meet in the wild. In zoos they do get along, so well, in fact that they sometimes produce cubs, known as ligers (if the father is a lion) and tigons, also called tiglons or tions (if the father is a tiger).
Nearly all tigons and ligers are sterile, like most hybrids. Occasionally a female will be fertile, but males are always sterile, so you could almost never breed them. You can, however, breed a fertile female back to one of the parent species. In this case, you get: Tigon + tiger = ti-tigon Tigon + lion = li-tigon Liger + tiger = ti-liger Liger + lion = li-liger Hope this helped! : ) / T_T /… Read More
This is Mr. cool And A Liger lifestyle is to stay in zoos, because there are only like 5 in the world. I didn't even know they existed until last night. So if you don't think they exist check google images. did you know that Tigons are female ligers? probably not BUT I DID!!!!!!!!!!!:0
It is a cross breed between a male tiger and a female liger/tigon or a male lion with a female tigon/liger. Do note that female ligers or tigons are fertile. They are extremely rare and are in mostly private ownership within a behavioral studies programme. In the case of ti-ligers, they have unusual striping where it breaks up and display a blotchy appearance. Since they are 3/4 tiger, their characteristics inhibit more of those of… Read More
yes ligers do
Zoos, primarily. Tigons are not found in the wild, same with ligers or any hybrid animal only able to be created by human intervention. A tiglon is the rare hybrid offspring of a male tiger and female lion. Tigers generally range naturally in Asia, including India, while lions generally range naturally in Africa and India. Therefore, tiglons would generally exist naturally where the range of these two species overlap - in India. Also, some zoos… 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.
The largest cat to ever live is Panthera Leo Atrox (American Lion) which is extinct. Panthera Leo Atrox was up to 3.7M long and one specimen weighed up to 900 pounds. Also Tigons and Ligers grow to be up to 800 pounds. A Liger is the biggest cat alive today.
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.
Do you know that Ligers and Tigons are born without any genetic engineering that had been done by human? In Singapore, which is known as lion country, they detected that in the lion and tiger conservation, there are some lions and tigers mating each other. The results are Ligers and Tigons were born...and you should know this, now Ligers are the biggest cat in the world!! This is the information that I got... Long ago… Read More
yes ligers do roar
Ligers were not discovered, they were bred.
There are no wild ligers.
There are no wild ligers.
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 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
No. Ligers do not exist in the wild.
Ligers are mainly found in zoos.
ligers live in antartica
Ligers have the coloration of a lion, but the striped pattern of a tiger. They are very large. Liger are a cross between a Lion and a Tiger. Liger have a male Lion father and a Tiger female mother. Both Ligers and Tigons have similar characteristics. A liger if male will have a shorter Main than a normal Lion there coats are gerenarlly golden the body has strips and the belly is spotted. The liger… Read More
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.