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Ligers are the largest cat species in the world, weighing around 800 pounds. Ligers can easily grow to be more than 8 feet long. More »

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The enormous size advantage a liger has over even the largest lion is likely to be the deciding factor in a hypothetical encounter between the two species. Ligers can grow to over 12 feet in length and weigh more than 1,... More »

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While both are hybrids produced by the mating of a tiger and a lion, tigons and ligers have a number of differences. Tigons and ligers differ in terms of size and coloration. These differences are caused by the different... More »

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The largest cat species in the world is the tiger. They reach, on average, 11 feet from head to tail and can weigh up to 675 pounds. More »

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A adult cheetah's weight ranges from 77 to 143 pounds. Cheetah cubs weigh between 5 and 10 ounces at birth. Cheetahs grow to 3.5 to 4.5 feet in length, and have tails of close to 30 inches. More »

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Tigers are the largest species of cats on earth, with males growing as large as 14 feet long, including the tail, and weighing up to 650 pounds. In the wild, tigers inhabit various countries throughout Asia, and their ha... More »

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Adult male lions average between 330 and 500 pounds, although most weigh around 410 pounds. The African lion is second only to the tiger in size among cats. The body length of a male African lion can reach more than 8 fe... More »

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