A liliger was born in the United States from a male lion and a female liger at 6:18 am on November 29, 2013 in Oklahoma. At approximately 3 am on November 30, 2013, the ligress gave birth to two more cubs.
The birth of the liliger cub was also a major development, because previously it was thought that ligers (A cross between male lion and a female ligress) are sterile and they cannot reproduce. The birth of the liliger has certainly proven that female ligers are fertile and they can easily breed just like normal big cats as well.
Product Type: Complete Skeleton
- Never before has this species been available at Skulls Unlimited.
- Partial Hyoid
- One broken fibula
- Skull measures 10.5" X 6.75"