English to Albanian Meaning of light tight - i papërshkueshëm nga drita

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Definitions of light tight in English
Noun(1) offspring of a male lion and a female tiger
Examples of light tight in English
(1) You learn what it's like to feed llamas, what a liger is (it's a cross between a lion and a tiger - totally sweet), the best way to ask out the hot girl in your class, and the best strategies for running for class president.(2) A hybrid from a male lion and a female tiger is called a liger while a hybrid from a male tiger and a female lion is a tigon.(3) The drive-through wildlife park is believed to have the country's largest concentration of ligers , housing ten of the massive cats.(4) Even when crossbreeding creates a viable hybrid, the offspring often inherits multiple copies of each parents' chromosomes, or sets of genes (see photos of ligers , hybrids of lions and tigers).(5) We know that tigers and lions can produce hybrids called tigons and ligers , so it is likely that they are descended from the same original kind.
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