You’ve probably heard of hybrid foods, which are when two items are grown to combine. A plucot (part apricot, part plum) is one example. In some cases, two animal species breed to create a hybrid animal.
A zebroid is part tiger and part horse. They often have the stripes of a zebra, but the face of a traditional horse.
Though live offspring between a sheep and a goat is rare, sometimes the hybrid does make it.
Part tiger, part lion, this big cat is beautiful and powerful. In fact, it’s the largest cat breed ever recorded.
The offspring to a bison and a cow, a beefalo was created to optimize beef production.
A true mix of a killer whale and a dolphin, this hybrid animal meets in the middle when it comes to the chromosomes of the parent animals.
This fish hybrid is a mixture of a midas chiclid and a redhead chiclid. They are usually deformed and have a hard time eating.
Experts say that global warming has thrown grizzly bears and polar bears closer together, causing them to breed in the wild.
A cross between a camel and a llama, a camas is generally artificially inseminated to create a docile camel.
Both types of whales, these two species have produced hybrid offspring in the wild.
You’ve heard of a mule, coming from a male donkey and a female horse. However, when the donkey is a female and the horse is a male, you get a hinny.
When a house cat and a serval mate, a savannah cat is born. They look like a domestic cat, but have the huge ears of the serval.