Ligers typically live between 10 and 20 years, about half that of their respective parents. Ligers are also usually infertile, so their longevity is drastically less than that of other big cats.
Ligers have a much shorter lifespan than their parents do. This is because they lack the growth inhibiting hormore, meaning they keep growing throughout their life until their body cannot sustain it anymore. They can grow up to 880 lbs.
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