The Liger, Serval, And Other Animal Hybrids

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Cross-breeding a male lion with a female tiger will result in a liger. These big cats only exist in captivity, and the first instance of a liger dates back to 1798. Males ligers can grow up to 3.5 meters in length.

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Key Facts In This Video

  1. The Savannah cat, which is the result of cross-breeding a domestic cat with a serval, can be trained like a dog. 00:49

  2. The cama is the result of cross-breeding a camel with a llama, and is one of the few hybrid animals that was bred for a purpose. 04:57

  3. The liger is the hybrid of a male lion and a female tiger. 06:50

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