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Who is Liger? _ Just see this

Know what's a Liger?

Ans: It's a cross breed of a Lion male and Tiger female...

Read on......

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The 10ft Liger who's still growing...

He looks like something from a prehistoric age or a fantastic

creation from Hollywood . But Hercules is very much living flesh and blood -

as he proves every time he opens his gigantic mouth to roar. Part lion, part

tiger, he is not just a big cat but a huge one, standing 10ft tall on his

back legs. Called a liger, in reference to his crossbreed parentage, he is

the largest of all the cat species.

On a typical day he will devour 20lb of meat, usually beef or

chicken, and is capable of eating 100lb at a single setting. At just three

years old, Hercules already weighs half a ton.

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He is the accidental result of two enormous big cats living close

together at the Institute of Greatly Endangered and Rare Species, in Miami,

Florida, and already dwarfs both his parents.

"Ligers are not something we planned on having," said institute owner

Dr Bhagavan Antle. "We have lions and tigers living together in large

enclosures and at first we had no idea how well one of

the lion boys was getting along with a tiger girl, then loo and behold

we had a liger."

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50mph runner... Not only that, but he likes to swim, a feat unheard

of among water-fearing lions. In the wild it is virtually impossible for

lions and tigers to mate. Not only are they enemies likely to kill one

another, but most lions are in Africa and most tigers in Asia . But

incredible though he is, Hercules is not unique. Ligers have been bred in

captivity, deliberately and accidentally, since shortly before World War II.

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Today there are believed to be a handful of ligers around the world

and a similar number of tigons, the product of a tiger father and lion

mother. Tigons are smaller than ligers and take on more physical

characteristics of the tiger.

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Look at the size of the head on this thing.. Shocked)

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Amazing Events in pictures

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A security officer is seen in a guard tower amidst billowing smoke from anti-mosquito fumigation at the Commonwealth Games athletes' village New Delhi, India

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US Army soldiers struggle to load dummies into a simulated medevac truck during a field exercise while on a 24 hour Cavalry "Spur Ride" for members of the US Army's 6th Squadron, 6th Cavalry Regiment in Fort Drum, New York

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A rainbow and bolts of lightning are seen near the Hollywood sign in Los Angeles

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Birds fly in front of the Golden Gate Bridge seen through fog from Land's End in San Francisco

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A man looks down from Pavao-Pavaozinho slum in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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A wave captured by Clark Little on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii. Clark produces and sells fine art photography of waves and has captured sunsets, sunrises and marine life surrounded by the ocean crashing around them

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This photo shows wave photographer Clark Little utterly dwarfed by a colossal wave seconds before it crashes down on him. The moment was caught on camera by Clark's wife Sandy as she watched him work from a North Shore beach last week

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People watch a burning apartment building in Busan, South Korea

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A kayaker off Sydney Harbour had a close encounter with an adult humpback whale when it breached the surface next to him on its migration down the NSW south coast

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Officials from the Guinness World Records measure the height of a sand sculpture featuring a Nigerian tale on how a hummingbird become the king of all animals in Zhoushan city in east China's Zhejiang province. The 22.43 metre tall sculpture was recognised to be the world's tallest sand sculpture. Over 20 artists spent 75 days building it. The former record-holding sculpture was 20.91 metres tall

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Sand Sculpture Contest

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