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PostSubject: Acceptable Hybrids   Sat Oct 22, 2016 3:33 am



The liger is a hybrid cross between a male lion and a female tiger. The liger is distinct from the similar hybrid tigon and is the largest of all known extant felines, even bigger than it's parents! Ligers have a tiger-like striped pattern that is very faint upon a lionesque tawny background. In addition, they may inherit rosettes from the lion parent (lion cubs are rosetted and some adults retain faint markings). These markings may be black, dark brown or sandy. The background color may be correspondingly tawny, sandy or golden. In common with tigers, their underparts are pale.
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A tigon is the product of a male tiger and female lion. They receive growth inhibitor genes from both parents and so are smaller than either of them. They show much the same coloration of ligers except they sometimes have more distinct stripes. As with ligers the females are fertile whereas the males are sterile. They have the same vocalizations as liger, a sort of cross between lion and tiger. Ti-tigons speak tiger. Tigons are now rarer than ligers.  Any mane that a male tigon may have will appear shorter and less noticeable than it's father's mane and is closer in type to the ruff of a male tiger. It is a common misconception that tigons are smaller than lions or tigers. They do not exceed the size of their parent species because they inherit growth-inhibitory genes from the lioness mother, but they do not exhibit any kind of dwarfism or miniaturization.
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A leopon is a hybrid resulting from the crossing of a male leopard with a lioness. The head of the animal is similar to that of a lion while the rest of the body carries similarities to leopards. Cubs are spotted like a leopard, but that the spots on its sides were smaller and closer set than those of an Indian leopard and were brown and indistinct like the fading spots of a juvenile lion. The spots on the head, spine, belly and legs were black and distinct. The tail was spotted on the topside and striped underneath and had a blackish tip with longer hairs. The underside was dirty white, the ears were fawn and had a broad black bar but did not have the white spot found in leopards. Leopons are larger than leopards and combine features from the leopard and lion. They have brown, rather than black, spots and tufted tails. Male leopons may have sparse manes about 20 cm long.
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A wolfdog is a canid hybrid resulting from the hybridization of a domestic dog to one of four other Canis sub-species, the gray wolf, eastern timber wolves, red wolf, and Ethiopian wolves. In many cases, the resulting adult wolfdog may be larger than either of its parents due to the genetic phenomenon of heterosis. Wolves and dogs are interfertile, meaning they can breed and produce viable offspring. In other words, wolves can interbreed with any type of dog, and their offspring are capable of producing offspring themselves. Although hybrids can occur naturally in the wild, they are rare because the territorial nature of wolves leads them to protect their home ranges from intruding canines such as dogs, coyotes, and other wolves.
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A cross of both male jaguar to female leopard and of male leopard to a female jaguar. Generally speaking Jagulep's can range from tawny, brown, or gold with spotted rosette markings and white under coat. At times black Jagulep's have been spotted and have darker brown spots.
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