Liger Cubs

Two Ligers have been born at a wildlife reserve in eastern China. The Ligers, believed to be two of only about 20 alive today according to Chinese state television, are the offspring of an African Lion and a Manchurian Tiger and were born at Xixiakou Wild Animal Preserve in Weihai city, Shandong Province, China. Four cubs were born, but two died shortly after birth after being born unhealthy.

Two Ligers have been born at a wildlife reserve in eastern China. The Ligers, believed to be two of only about 20 alive today according to Chinese state television, are the offspring of an African Lion and a Manchurian Tiger and were born at Xixiakou Wild Animal Preserve in Weihai city, Shandong Province, China. Four cubs were born, but two died shortly after birth after being born unhealthy.

Two Ligers have been born at a wildlife reserve in eastern China. The Ligers, believed to be two of only about 20 alive today according to Chinese state television, are the offspring of an African Lion and a Manchurian Tiger and were born at Xixiakou Wild Animal Preserve in Weihai city, Shandong Province, China. Four cubs were born, but two died shortly after birth after being born unhealthy.

Two Ligers have been born at a wildlife reserve in eastern China. The Ligers, believed to be two of only about 20 alive today according to Chinese state television, are the offspring of an African Lion and a Manchurian Tiger and were born at Xixiakou Wild Animal Preserve in Weihai city, Shandong Province, China. Four cubs were born, but two died shortly after birth after being born unhealthy.

Two Ligers have been born at a wildlife reserve in eastern China. The Ligers, believed to be two of only about 20 alive today according to Chinese state television, are the offspring of an African Lion and a Manchurian Tiger and were born at Xixiakou Wild Animal Preserve in Weihai city, Shandong Province, China. Four cubs were born, but two died shortly after birth after being born unhealthy.