World's Largest Cat, a Lion-Tiger Cross Breed Weighs 319 Kgs! Video of Apollo, The Huge Liger From South Carolina Goes Viral
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Ligers, a cross breed between a lion and a tiger are not unheard of. But a recent video of a liger from South Carolina in the US is unbelievable to be true! Dubbed as the 'world's largest cat' ever caught on camera, this tiger and lion crossbreed named Apollo weighs 319kgs! Wildlife conservationist Mike Holston, who goes by his name The Real Tarzann on social media uploaded a video of talking Apollo for a walk. The video has left viewers in shock at the sheer size of this massive beast! Lion Attacks Trainer at Circus in Ukraine Terrifying The Audiences, Scary Video Goes Viral.

Mike and wildlife conservationist Kody Antle take care of Apollo. In the video Kody says, "This big guy’s name is Apollo and he is the biggest cat on the planet." And you can't just disagree here. In the video, the two talk about what would this massive beast eat and mention that it even take down a herd of elephants on its own for a snack. Well, given the size of this beast, it's not surprising. 20 Hyenas Attack A Lion! You Won’t Believe What the King of the Jungle Does Next (Watch Video).

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The video has got over 90,000 views already and the feline looks so scary! The beast can get up to 40 miles an hour. The liger's teeth are as big as the fingers and the tongue is the size of Mike's forearm! People too were terrified by the huge beast.

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What a Beast!

 

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So Tamed!

 

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While Apollo sure looks scary, the caretakers are used to him. People who have seen Apollo are reminded of the sabre-tooth tiger - which went extinct 42,000 years ago. Ligers are the largest cats in the world and can grow up to an outstanding length of 12ft and stand more than six ft tall.