10 Mais surpreendentes Animais Híbridos do Mundo

10 Most Amazing Hybrid Animals of the World
These 10 amazing animals are not photoshoped or fake. They are real and living normal same as any healthy animal. Here`s 10 most amazing Hybrid animals on earth.

1. Zebroid
Zebra + Equine= Zebroid
A zebroid is also called zebra mule or zebrule. This type of zebra is a hybrid between Zebra and Equine. This animal have been engendered since 19th century and the idea of this hybrid was inspired by a rare species of zebra hinny/ donkra that was extinct since 1800s.

2. Liger

Lion + Tiger =Liger
Liger came from the DNA of male Panthera leo (lion) and egg cell of a femalePanthera tigris (tiger). A liger is bigger than normal lion but not as big as a Siberian Tiger. Different from any normal lion, ligers love swimming. After liger, there is a Tigon. A tigon is the hybrid came from a male tiger and a female lion.

3. Beefalo

buffalo + cow = Beefalo
This is the result of combination between buffalo and cow. The name the Beefalo. This animal produce lower fat and lower cholesterol meat than other normal beef.A consumer who ate the meat said that the beefalo meat has a better flavor, milder, juicier and sweeter. I believe the price was abnormal too although I cannot find the info yet.

4. Cama

Camel + Llama= Cama
When a Camel and llama seed mixed the result is Cama. This animal was born in 1995. Cama is hump-less and they have fluffy coat like a llama. Although they are not as big as camel,cama has same ability to survive in a dessert same asthe camel.

5. Leopon

leopard +female lion= Leopon
Leopon came from the mixing of a male leopard and female lion. The head is similar like a normal head of lion and the body is like a leopard. This animal showed for the first time in 1910, at Kolhapur India.

6. Savannah
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Domestic cats + Serval= Savannah
Savannah cat is an unusual cat that carries a character of a domestic cat and Serval.Savannah DNA were taken from exotic looking domestic cat genes such asEgyptian Mau, Oriental short hair and Serengeti.

7. Mule
Donkey + Horse
A mule is the offspring of a male donkey and a female horse. Horses and donkeys are different species, with different numbers of chromosomes. Of the two F1 hybrids between these two species, a mule is easier to obtain than a hinny (the offspring of a male horse and a female donkey). The size of a mule and work to which it is put depends largely on the breeding of the mule's dam. Mules can be lightweight, medium weight, or even, when produced from draught horse mares, of moderately heavy weight.
It has been claimed that mules are "more patient, sure-footed, hardy and long-lived than horses, and they are considered less obstinate, faster, and more intelligent than donkeys."

A female mule that has estrus cycles and thus, in theory, could carry a fetus, is called a "molly" or "Molly mule," though the term is sometimes used to refer to female mules in general. Pregnancy is rare, but can occasionally occur naturally as well as through embryo transfer. One of several terms for a gelded mule is a "John mule."

8. Dzo
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Female is known as a dzomo.
A dzo is a hybrid of yak and domestic cattle. The word dzo technically refers to a male hybrid, while a female is known as a dzomo or zhom. Alternative Romanizations of the Tibetan names include dzho, zho and zo. In Mongolian it is called khainag (хайнаг). There is also the English language portmanteau term of yakow; a combination of the words yak and cow, though this is rarely used.
Dzomo are fertile (or, fecund) while dzo are sterile. As they are a product of the hybrid genetic phenomenon of heterosis (hybrid vigor), they are larger and stronger than yak or cattle from the region. In Mongolia and Tibet, khainags are thought to be more productive than cattle or yaks in terms of both milk and meat production.
Dzomo can be back crossed. As a result, many supposedly pure yak or pure cattle probably carry each other's genetic material. In Mongolia and Tibet, the result of a khainag crossed with either a domestic bull or yak bull is called ortoom (three-quarter-bred) and an ortoom crossed with a domestic bull or yak bull results in a usan güzee (one-eighth-bred).

9. Blood parrot

Blood parrot
The blood parrot cichlid (also known as parrot cichlid and bloody parrot; no binomial nomenclature) is a hybrid cichlid. The fish was first created in Taiwan in around 1986. Its parentage consists of the Midas cichlid and the red head cichlid. Blood parrots should not be confused with other parrot cichlids or salt water Parrotfish (family Scaridae).
Because this hybrid cichlid has various anatomical deformities, controversy exists over the ethics of creating the blood parrot. One of the most obvious deformities is its mouth, which has only a narrow vertical opening. This makes blood parrots somewhat harder to feed and potentially vulnerable to malnutrition. Some cichlid enthusiasts have called for their removal from the market and organized boycotts against pet stores that sell them.

10. Żubroń
Żubroń is a hybrid of domestic cattle and wisent. The wisent (żubr in Polish) is the European bison; hence, the żubroń is analogous to the American beefalo. The name żubroń was officially chosen from hundreds of proposals sent to the Polish weekly magazine Przekrój during a contest organised in 1969.

11. Hybrid Pheasant

Golden pheasant + female amherst pheasant =Hybrid Pheasant
Hybrid pheasant is our last Most amazing Hybrid animals and it came from the crossed of male golden pheasant and female Amherst pheasant. You can the result. The pheasant becomes the most different Pheasant all time.

12. Wholphin

A wholphin or wolphin is an extremely rare hybrid born from a mating of a female bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) with a male false killer whale (Pseudorca crassidens). The name implies a hybrid of whale and dolphin, although taxonomically, both are within the "oceanic dolphin" family, which is within the "toothed whale" suborder. The first recorded wholphin was born in a Tokyo SeaWorld, but he died after 200 days. The first wholphin in the United States and the first to survive was Kekaimalu, born at Sea Life Park in Hawaii on May 15, 1986; her name means "from the peaceful ocean". Although they have been reported to exist in the wild, only one is currently in captivity, at Sea Life Park in Hawaii.


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