On a typical day he will devour 20 lb of meat, usually beef or chicken, and is capable of eating 100 lb at a single sitting.
At just three years old, Hercules already weighs half a ton.
‘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 lo and behold we had a liger’
These two cats don’t normally have the opportunity to breed in the wild, as most lions live in Africa and most tigers in Asia ..
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 incredible though he is, Hercules is not unique. Ligers have been bred in captivity, deliberately and accidentally, since shortly before World War II
Tigons are smaller than ligers and take on more
physical characteristics of the tiger.
Look at the size of the head
on this thing..