Meet Apollo, the “world’s largest cat,” a 700-pound lion-tiger crossbreed whose size will shock you

The arrival of this huge animal has given the phrase “large cat” a major facelift. Meet Apollo, a lion-tiger crossbreed who has recently been named the “world’s largest cat.”

This big guy is a liger, a cross between a male lion and a tigress. Apollo recently acquired recognition after going for a stroll in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, with Mike Holston and wildlife advocate Kody Antle. The video was then published on YouTube and quickly became viral.

“His name is Apollo, and he is the largest cat on earth.” Now comes the issue of what this beast would consume. “I think it would devour everything and anything in sight,” Mike stated. A group of these beasts would regularly take down a herd of elephants for a feast. “It is such a gorgeous beast, and it can reach speeds of up to 40 miles per hour in a few steps,” the ex-footballer remarked.

Mike further said that the liger’s teeth are the size of his middle finger, his tongue is the size of his forearm, and his lung is likely the size of his body. According to the Scoop Whoop, its neck is too big for either of the males to put their arms around. Ligers might grow to be 12 feet tall and weigh 795 pounds, which is double the size of a lion or tiger. People are comparing Apollo to the ancient sabre-toothed tiger, which became extinct 42,000 years ago.

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Meet Apollo, the “world’s largest cat,” a 700-pound lion-tiger crossbreed whose size will shock you
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