Liger cubs spur controversy over hybrid breeding

08/18/2010 | AOL News

Mating animals from two different species to create hybrid creatures is outlawed in some countries, including Taiwan, where officials recently confiscated two liger cubs born of a lion father and tiger mother. The U.S. doesn't outlaw the breeding of ligers, but scientists and animal activists say cross-breeding disregards the natural order to create creatures simply to appeal to human curiosity.

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