Animal Hybrids That Will Blow Your Mind

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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.

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Zebroid

A zebroid is part tiger and part horse. They often have the stripes of a zebra, but the face of a traditional horse.
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Sheep-Goats

Though live offspring between a sheep and a goat is rare, sometimes the hybrid does make it.
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Liger

Part tiger, part lion, this big cat is beautiful and powerful. In fact, it’s the largest cat breed ever recorded.
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Beefalo

The offspring to a bison and a cow, a beefalo was created to optimize beef production.
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Wholphins

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.
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Blood Parrot

This fish hybrid is a mixture of a midas chiclid and a redhead chiclid. They are usually deformed and have a hard time eating.
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Grolar Bears

Experts say that global warming has thrown grizzly bears and polar bears closer together, causing them to breed in the wild.
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Camas

A cross between a camel and a llama, a camas is generally artificially inseminated to create a docile camel.
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Narwhal-Beluga

Both types of whales, these two species have produced hybrid offspring in the wild.
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Hinnies

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.
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Savannah Cats

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.
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