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The Powerful Liger: Crossbreed Cats of Male Lion and Female Tigress

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A Male Liger Powerful and Massive

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Introduction

Coitus ejaculatus, not coitus interuptus seems to be the only natural way for man and animal, birds and insects, and other living things to breed. Man only conjugates with his female partner. Animal kinds like lions, dogs and goats do the same action. Anything other than this could be unnatural. The practice of collecting sperms from male, and fertilizing the female ova or egg in the laboratory due to reproductive challenges would be an exception. It is an indirect method.

The liger is a hybrid offspring of male lion and female tiger. They exists only in captivity, and not in the wild. They are a very powerful and massive beasts, nearly equating the height of an African elephant. Ligers breed in captivity has never been loose into the wild. They died in captivity.

Curiously, scientists experiment with various species of birds and animals to produce higher offspring of the parents. The male lion was made to mate with a female tiger. The result was a massive beast called the liger.

Contents:

  • The powerful liger.
  • The liger hybrid
  • Historical information.
  • Additional information.
  • Conclusion.

King Lion

The lion is the king of the jungle as assumed. But the elephant prove otherwise when in musty state.

The lion is the king of the jungle as assumed. But the elephant prove otherwise when in musty state.

A Tigress

Tigress when mated with lions birth the massive liger.

Tigress when mated with lions birth the massive liger.

The Powerful Liger

A rare unnatural breed.

Of male lion and female tigress.

A cross breed equate to,

The breeding of,

The sons of God and

daughters of men.

Produce a powerful giant-linger.


Massive beast compare to

Some giants of the earth.

Of long ago.

When fallen angels and human females mated.

The normal earthly peoples were afraid

of those giant massive men.

Whose height shoots to the house top!


The records said it all:

"There were giants in the earth in those days."

The result of the sons of God

Mating with the daughters of men.

Like the lion mates with the tigress.

The result was the liger and ligress.


These massive giants beasts.

Compared to the children of Ana k or Ana-kin.

Tall, massive mountain-like men!

These 'man mountain' men.

Of which a Champion-General of Philistine Army.

Goliath by name.

Whose height of 10 feet and 6 inches,

mock the army of the God of Israel!

Terrorized the ordinary peoples.

The ligress is a massive beast.

An unprecedented "man-mountain" beast.

The liger is a powerful unnatural beast.

Like no other!

Not loose into the wild.

But held in captivity,

Till death!





The Massive Liger

The liger is a powerful beast

The liger is a powerful beast

The Liger Hybrid

The liger is a hybrid offspring of a male lion and a female tiger. And according to Wikipedia, it was the largest of all known extant felines. Ligers are very massive beasts and can grow up to a height of 10 feet and 20 feet width. Here a liger can equate the height of an elephant. Whereas, the natural lion seems a dwarf to the elephant.

I had visit the public zoo as a boy ans as an adult. I had see the lion and the elephant in captivity. So I know what I am talking about.

Ligers love swimming a trait of lions, and are very sociable like lions.

The African elephant is a massive beast in the jungle and reaches up to 10 feet in height, and his always found around the premises of water

The African elephant is a massive beast in the jungle and reaches up to 10 feet in height, and his always found around the premises of water

Your Zoo Experience

Seeing a Lion or Elephant

Historical Information

  1. The concept of mating a male lion with a female tiger was conceive in India.
  2. The originator of the lion-liger hybrid seems to be a naturalist and a zoologist by name Etienne Geoffroy Saint-Hlaire.
  3. This scientist was post humorously honor in many ways for example, the Geoffroy Cat, Spider Monkey, and the Geoffroy Bat.

Additional Information

  • Although ligers are raised in nonagenarian, or captivity, there are dangerous beasts.
  • There is no fact sheet of liger in the wild. They currently exists only in captivity.
  • Historically, "two babe ligers" present to King William IV ans Queen Victoria of England were breed in captivity.
  • Ligers began to be breed in zoos in 1935. Bloemtontein Zoo in South Africa seems to be the first.
  • Other countries like Germany, Japan, China, and Russia have sanctuaries or zoos hoarding ligers.
  • The United States of America is the only country having the most liger in her zoos.

Conclusion

The weird breeding of animals by scientist is a bad principle. Man has breed with bitch, a female dog and the result was horrifying. It is better that that the species breed with their fellow kinds.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2020 Miebakagh Fiberesima

Comments

Miebakagh Fiberesima (author) from Port Harcourt, Rivers State, NIGERIA. on October 19, 2021:

GetitScene, you're always on the High Seas eating your Milo beverages. And should it happen you visit South Africa or the USA, contact the Tourist Dept of these nations. They'll directed you to a zoo the hoard the massive ligress.

Dale Anderson from The High Seas on October 19, 2021:

I would very much like to see a liger. Tigers and lions impress me so I can hardly think of how exciting that it would be to see one of these rare creatures.

Miebakagh Fiberesima (author) from Port Harcourt, Rivers State, NIGERIA. on September 01, 2020:

Hi Liz, they are tigon/tigoness, the offsprings of male tiger mating with female lion, through the instrucment of natural scientists. I would loved to mention that in the story. But it would not be in tendan with the liger/ligress. Thanks for the visit.

Miebakagh Fiberesima (author) from Port Harcourt, Rivers State, NIGERIA. on September 01, 2020:

Pamela Oglesby, thanks for reading and commenting. Actually, the United States had the largest collections of liger/ligress in zoos the world over, followed by South Africa. The next time before visit and one of your state zoos, call the tourist Dept. You'll be well inform. Once again, thanks for the visit.

Miebakagh Fiberesima (author) from Port Harcourt, Rivers State, NIGERIA. on August 31, 2020:

Marlene, yes, humans are used to doing weird things. Imagine a drawing of a vehicle with the forward or front side depicting an insect. So, we got Volkwegens' old noisy 'Beetle. If you look close enough, you'll notice certain military trunks or air planes, and elocoputers with animal or bird configuration. The USA has the most liger/ligress in her zoos in the world. Before your next visit, find out from the Dept of Tourist or Forestry, the zoo that contain the beastly liger/ligress.

Miebakagh Fiberesima (author) from Port Harcourt, Rivers State, NIGERIA. on August 31, 2020:

Marlene, yes, humans are used to doing weird things. Imagine a drawing of a vehicle with the forward or front side depicting an insect. So, we got Volkwegens' old noisy 'Beetle. If you look close enough, you'll notice certain military trunks or air planes, and elocoputers with animal or bird configuration. The USA has the most liger/ligress in her zoos in the world. Before your next visit, find out from the Dept of Tourist or Forestry, the zoo that contain the beastly liger/ligress.

Miebakagh Fiberesima (author) from Port Harcourt, Rivers State, NIGERIA. on August 31, 2020:

Marlene, yes, humans are used to doing weird things. Imagine a drawing of a vehicle with the forward or front side depicting an insect. So, we got Volkwegens' old noisy 'Beetle. If you look close enough, you'll notice certain military trunks or air planes, and elocoputers with animal or bird configuration. The USA has the most liger/ligress in her zoos in the world. Before your next visit, find out from the Dept of Tourist or Forestry, the zoo that contain the beastly liger/ligress.

Marlene Bertrand from USA on August 31, 2020:

Oh my gosh! I can't even imagine why our society would want to create such an animal. But people do weird things sometimes. I have never heard of a liger or ligress until now. I don't think any of our zoos have them in captivity. I may look for one the next time I go to the zoo.

Pamela Oglesby from Sunny Florida on August 31, 2020:

I love to visit any zoo. I have seen most of the larger animals but I have never seen a liger. That does seem unnatural. I really enjoyed reading all the information in your very good article, Miebakagh.

Liz Westwood from UK on August 31, 2020:

This is an interesting and well-explained article. Are there also tigons?

Miebakagh Fiberesima (author) from Port Harcourt, Rivers State, NIGERIA. on August 31, 2020:

Have you seen a liger in the zoo? If so, how massive and impressive is the man-mountain-beast? I think many will agree that they huge size and ferocity will make the unsuitable in the wild!

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