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my favorite animal is a liger

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Charles Herndon

on 12 May 2015

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where do ligers live ligers

what do ligers eat ?
ligers eat meat all of the time they also eat whatever the zookeepers give them but usually that's meat too.
my favorite animal is a liger

ligers live in zoos
by jasmyn studamire
ligers live in sanctuaries
Ligers usually gain the maximum growth at the age of 6. However, it might be possible that ligers may maintain the growth until the age of 10 as well but that will be very rare.
Ligers existence is specifically dependent upon the overlapping territories of the lions and tigers. Such a territory only exists in India at Gir Forrest. It is believed that ligers ruled within the Gir Forest. However, no evidence of the ligers have been found within the Gir Forest yet.
There is no doubt about it that currently, there are no ligers in the wild. All the ligers are in captivity and their numbers range from minimum 10 to maximum 100 (ligerworld.com in 2010, confirmed nearly 80 ligers existing in the world by that time). According to Dr. Antle, there is a one in a billion chance in the wild that a tiger and a lion can mate in the wild. Tigers and lions are naturally big enemies of one another. If they will meet face to face, they will try to kill each other, rather than seeking love among one another.
Tigers and lions are naturally big enemies of one another. If they will meet face to face, they will try to kill each other, rather than seeking love among one another.
It is believed that ligers ruled within the Gir Forest. However, no evidence of the ligers have been found within the Gir Forest yet.
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