Video: Tiger, lion rescued from NH roadside 'Liger' breeding program enjoy new home in Tampa
For instance, lion Cameron, now known as the “Brad Pitt” of Big Cat Rescue, and companion, Zadu, a white female Siberian/Bengal hybrid, were rescued from a roadside zoo in New Hampshire. The zoo originally bought the two animals so that they could increase their visitor numbers and profits by having Cameron and Zadu make a “liger” — a breed, like Zadu’s, that does not naturally occur in the wild and suffers from genetic flaws.
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