Meet The “World’s Largest Cat,” A 700-Pound Lion-Tiger Hybrid Named Apollo

The term “big cat” has just been extremely renewed with the appearance of this huge cat. Everyone knows Apollo, a lion-tiger mongrel who has just won the title of ‘The largest cat in the world’.

This gentle giant is a liger, a hybrid combination of a male lion and a tigress. Apollo recently gained notoriety after taking a walk with Mike Holston and conservationist Kody Antle in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The images were then uploaded to YouTube and immediately went viral.

“This big man’s name is Apollo, and he’s the biggest cat on the planet. Now the question is, what would this thing eat? I think he would eat everything in sight, everything in sight, ”said Mike. I think a herd of these things would eat a herd of elephants for snacks on a regular basis. A beast so majestic that it can reach 40 miles per hour in just a few steps, “added the former soccer star.

Mike added that the liger’s teeth are the size of your middle finger, its tongue is the size of your forearm, and its lungs are probably the size of your torso to wrap its arms around your arms, the Scoop Whoop reports. Ligres can reach up to 12 feet and weigh up to 795 pounds, twice the size of a lion or a tiger. People compare Apollo to the prehistoric saber-toothed tiger, which became extinct 42,000 years ago.

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