I saw a reply to this quote and it said "They can reproduce but not with each other", the overall picture is the following if a male and female were to mate they are unable to reproduce. This is why they are not considered new species and this is also a slap in the face of evolution theory especially when you apply it to natural selection.
In order for ligers to reproduce you got to mate the female liger with an original species from the lions/tigers.
This is why "natural selection", will never make sense nor wrill the evolution theory of how everything just evolved out of thin air and started to walk on two legs. If it really makes sense for the rest of you guys then why can't ligers reproduce with their own instead of interbreeding them with lions/tigers again?
By the way Inuyasha I do enjoy reading your essay it had me captivated in the moment very nice.
omg its been more than four years since i've been to this site. omg. i googled it for fun and i found this wow. I did this report when i was a senior in high school and now i am a junior in NYU for biology. wow things have changed so much. like so much. I'm preparing for my lsats now, going to law cuz that's were the money is... I've actually been the teaching assisant for 9 classes wow... never would have thought that when i was writing this. once again wow, things change so fast, but its nice too look back... lol.
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