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These 12 Fusions Of Two Different Animals Are Very Much Real


The internet is the perfect place to teach you about stuff you didn’t think you’d ever hear in your life. The type of stuff that will make you say “Wow, I know this now. I don’t know why, but I know it.”

For example, the internet hides gold like this: a penguin whale


Source: imgur | orbitn

While that’s purely Photoshop, a bit like other stuff we’ve talked about before, nature can’t be Photoshopped. Regarding that statement, there are actually plenty of animals out there that look like they have been dreamt up by a Photoshop artist in their free time but are actually real creatures that have been made with the power of crossbreeding.

1. Liger

A cross between a male lion and a female tiger.


Source: Big Cat Habitat

2. Beefalo

A cross between a buffalo and a cow.


Source:Old Hickory Beefalo Farm

3. Pumapard

A cross between a puma and a leopard.


Source: Cats life

4. Zebroid

A cross between a zebra and any other member of the equine family.



5. Blonde d’Aquitaine

A mix of three cattle strains, the Garonnais, the Quercy and the Blonde des Pyrenees. This mix has a myostatin inhibitor mutation, which allows for rapid muscle development and minimal fat gain.


Source: Yann Arthus-Bertrand

6. Mule

No. Not the torrent software. This is a cross between a female horse and a male donkey.


Source: Flying B Mules

7. Leopon

A leopard and a lion thrown together. Beautiful!

The leopon is a cross between a leopard and a lion.


Source: izismile

8. Cama

A cama is a crossbreed between a llama and a camel.


Source:Conservation Institute

9. Iron age pig

A rather apt name for a cross between a wild boar and a domestic pig.


Source: Amazing Creatures

10. Wholphin

The wholphin is a cross between a male false killer whale and a female bottlenose dolphin. Cute but deadly.


Source: Wikipedia

11. Donkra

A cross between a donkey and a zebra.


Source: Old Elm Tree

12. Grolar Bear

A cross between a grizzly and a polar bear. A very rare combo as well.


Source: Honi Soit
Collage sources: 1) fotocommunity 2) Wikipedia 3) Conservation Institute

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