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Tigons, ligers, leguars, and jagupards, oh my!

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The recent publicity around the gorilla genome highlighted to me that eastern and western gorilla lineages seem to have diverged ~1 million years ago. In the process of trying to figure out hybridity I stumbled upon this matrix from Wikipedia on pantherahybrids:

The links will take you where you need to go. Unleash the 10 year old within!

Lion ♀

Tiger ♀

Jaguar ♀

Leopard ♀

Lion

LionLigerLiguarLipard

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Tiger

TigonTigerTiguarTigard

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Jaguar

JaglionJaggerJaguarJagupard

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Leopard

LeoponDoglaLeguarLeopard

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Image credit:Wikipedia

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