Meet ‘world’s largest cat’, a 700 lbs lion-tiger crossbreed called Apollo


The term “big cat” has been greatly refreshed by the appearance of this huge cat. Everyone meets Apollo, the lion-tiger crusader, who has just earned the title of “the biggest cat in the world.”

This delicate giant is a hybrid combination of a male lion and a tiger.

Apollo recently became famous after he was walking with Mike Holston Wildlife Specialist Cody Antley in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The footage was then posted on YouTube and immediately went viral.

“This big boy’s name is Apollo, he’s the biggest cat on the planet. Now the question is, what will this thing eat? “I believe it will eat everything in sight, everything that is visible,” Mike said.

I think a bunch of these items would take a pack of elephants for a snack. “He is such a great beast, he can reach speeds of up to 40 miles per hour in a few steps,” added the former football star.

Mike added that Lager’s teeth were the size of his middle finger, his tongue was the size of his forearm, and his lungs were probably as large as his waist.

As for the neck, it is also too big for any man. wrap their hands, reports Scoop Whoop.

Ligers can grow up to 12 feet and weigh up to 795 pounds, twice as much as a lion or a tiger. People compare Apollo to a prehistoric caterpillar tiger that became extinct 42,000 years ago.

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