Estimates of world liger populations range from as high as 100 individuals, down to 10 individuals. Ligers have been photographed and are, in fact, real. Perhaps the most reliable population estimate comes from National Geographic which dictates that 30 ligers currently live in the wild.
A Liger is a hybrid offspring of a male lion and a female tiger. They are larger than tigers, have a tan coat with faint stripes, and like to swim. The first liger was bred in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1948. Her name was Shasta. Ligers are rare and do not exist in the wild. Estimates of the liger population range from 10 to 100. Ligerworld.com believes the actual number is around 70.
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