3 Liligers Born at Zoo in Oklahoma

Hybird offspring of a female liger and a male lion – a first in the U.S.
3:00 | 12/26/13

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Mixing and matching have led to a very rare delivery in Oklahoma -- this the country's first ever. Like tiger cubs all three of them born a month ago at the GW's. Zoo their mom -- Korea is a lighter. Collider is a cross between a lion a tiger that dad send is alliance so it makes it. Unlike tiger -- it's one quarter -- three quarters -- I get it now based on their genetics say could become the largest cats at her. Getting 20 my -- 800 pounds. And that spot and almost the end and then Mormon mountains had a leopard there indeed they look cute like 800 palace that's not -- bigger than -- -- -- the tires. Well so what -- and -- an -- Tricky that and I -- you know.

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