Ligers, the posterity of a lion and a tiger, have accomplished another world record in the collective of animals. On the planet, there are around 1200 white color tigers and over 300 white color lions.
They aren’t albinos at all; the unusual white hue is a result of color mutation.
Ligers have previously been bred here. One of their tigers is thought to be the world’s largest tiger.
He’s 922 pounds, yet despite his massive size, he’s a lovely cat who enjoys playing with his newborn nephews and his kind caretakers. The breeder of the four lovely cubs is astounded by the ligers’ rapid growth.
When he saw them every day, they looked to have doubled in size. One of the cubs is not only the largest of the four, but he is also the most enraged linger, constantly wanting to be the focus of attention.
When he grows up, he will most likely be taller than his uncle.
These magnificent creatures are, without a doubt, not only the Sanctuary’s most beautiful, but also its most valuable animals.