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Posted: 3/12/2005 7:25:06 PM EDT
Trivia.

Whats a Tigon?

Link Posted: 3/12/2005 7:27:24 PM EDT
the offspring of a male tiger and female lion
Link Posted: 3/12/2005 7:27:31 PM EDT
tubing?
Link Posted: 3/12/2005 7:28:37 PM EDT

Originally Posted By gaspain:
tubing?



Believe that is "tygon"

Link Posted: 3/12/2005 7:29:06 PM EDT
*sigh* and you guys pick on me for my karoake.
Link Posted: 3/12/2005 7:29:30 PM EDT

Originally Posted By SirDrinksAlot:
*sigh* and you guys pick on me for my karoake.



dont make me start with the tom jones
Link Posted: 3/12/2005 7:30:39 PM EDT
Liger


The liger hybrid is more common than the tigon because the mating process is easier. The liger has both stripes and spots. The stripes are inherited from its tiger parent and the spots from the lion parent. Ligers are usually orangish/golden in color. However, there have been white tigers bred with lions to produce a very light golden coat on the offspring. If the hybrid offspring is a male, it will have a leonine mane, but it will not be as large and defined as a normal lion's mane. The liger gets most of its strength and size from both of its parents; this makes the liger possibly the largest cat in the world! On their hind legs, ligers stand approximately 12 feet tall. At most, ligers may weigh up to 1,000 pounds. Ligers make the sound of both a lion and a tiger, although their roar tends to sound more like a lion's roar.


Tigon


(Tigons are sometimes referred to as Tiglons or Tions.) Tigons are very rare; only a few exist in the world, and even those are only held by private owners. This is because it is much more difficult to get the male tiger to mate with the female lion. Tigons look similar to ligers. They have varying stripes and spots. Tigons are also orangish in color. Male offspring may have a mane, but will be very modest. They are able to produce both lion and tiger sounds when they roar. One difference between tigons and ligers is their size. Tigons are not nearly as large as ligers. In fact, tigons are often times smaller than both of their parents. The lifespan of tigons, as well as other hybrid animals, is shorter than a normal species. The animals seem prone to cancers and other illnesses.
Link Posted: 3/12/2005 7:32:55 PM EDT
Is it true that Tigons reak of poop?
Link Posted: 3/12/2005 7:33:38 PM EDT
only if you feed them bass
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