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A male lion and female Liger gave birth to three female liger cubs on Sunday December 1st, 2013 at the Garold Wayne Interactive Zoological Park near Oklahoma City. These cubs are a conservation success and a first for a North American Zoo. The Zoo is
Three Liger cubs have been born to a Liger mother with a lion father at Novosibirsk zoo in Russia. They have the physical facial features of a lion with the body markings of a tiger. Apart from having the markings of both
I'm reading Robert Gonzales' article about Costa Rica's planned May 2014 closure of its government-funded zoos, as well as all of the comments (about 24, as of this writing)...I always include the zoo in my plans of things to do when I travel (if
Zita, a liger, half-lioness, half-tiger, carries her one-month old liliger cub in the Novosibirsk Zoo in Russia...Zoo babies from around the world Zita, a liger, half-lioness, half-tiger, carries her one-month old liliger cub in the Novosibirsk Zoo
That's a big cat breed where the father is a lion and the mother is a lion-tiger hybrid, called a liger. The first liliger was born in the zoo last year and now there's a second litter of three, all of them females. They were born in May and now have
Font Resize Contra Costa Times Berkeley East Bay Humane Society Looking for a cat that wants to snuggle up in your lap and get cuddles?...This 9-year-old loves almost everyone she meets (though young children can sometimes be a bit too rambunctious
And liligers are basically the cutest thing ever on the planet.
Taipei, July 8 (CNA) A two-year old liger -- a crossing of a tiger and lion -- being cared for at a protected wildlife shelter in Taiwan's southeastern Pingtung County has genetic defects, which cost the shelter some NT$200,000 ( US $5,979) per month
A March 3 article about the Samsung Galaxy Note, a cross between a phone and a tablet, stated: Predictably, many are calling it a phablet.' The word satisfies the philological definition of a hybrid. It combines words from two different languages, in
Five-month-old baby liger Xinle (happy heart) plays at Ningbo Youngor Zoo in East China's Zhejiang province, Jan 17, 2012. As a rare hybrid offspring of a male lion and a female tiger, Xinle has the head and tail of a tiger and the body of a lion.