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What is a Tigon?

A tigon is the offspring of a male tiger and a female lion. This hybrid is possible because lions and tigers are of the same genus. The hybrid of a male lion with a female tiger is a [[What is a Liger|liger]]. Lions and tigers can also mate with leopards and jaguars, producing liguars, liards, tiguars, tigards, jaglions, jaggers, leopons, and dogla! When leopards and jaguars are crossed with each other, they produce jagupards and leguars.
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