Wonderful white Ligers
The most unusual felines entered the globe in December 2013 at Myrtle Beach Safari Park in South Carolina, USA. Ligers are a stunning cross between a tiger and a lion, which makes them incredibly rare because such dissimilar species don’t typically procreate.
Only 1,000 ligers are known to exist, but these lovely youngsters are absolutely unique. The first white ligers, they are. Meet their proud parents, Ivory, a white African lion, and Saraswati, a white Bengal tiger.
Such a union was more than a remote possibility. Due to their rarity, these enormous white cats are hardly ever observed in the wild. There are only 1,200 white tigers and 300 white lions living in captivity, respectively. Thanks to the couple’s chance encounter at a wildlife sanctuary, we may now admire their amazing cubs.
The four lads, who go by the names Apolo, Sampson, Odlin, and Yeti, each have a unique personality. For instance, Yeti is the most active and enjoys playing with battles while Apollo is quite cunning and kind.
When they were only six weeks old in 2014, each of them weighed seven kilos and was developing quickly. We can finally confirm that ligers really are the biggest cats on the planet!