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  • n. Plural form of tiglon.

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  • But in captivity, in zoos, you can get hybrids like ligers and tiglons.

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  • Today there are also believed to be a handful of ligers around the world and a similar number of tiglons, the product of a tiger father and lion mother. are smaller than ligers and take on more physical characteristics of the tiger. zeedonk, a cross between a zebra and a donkey; the zorse or zebroid, a zebra/horse cross; and the beefalo, an American bison/domestic cow cross.

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