The Fact is, some animals are so closely related that they have mated and created offsprings naturally. These are rare situations, but the they still happen. However, most hybrids were created to attract tourists and are human orchestrated.
The most popular hybrid animal is a cross between a lion and a tiger called a Liger.
The offspring is much larger than both its parents. But this hybrid can never happen naturally because the animals are not located in the same region in the world. However, we do have animals that are both found in Kenya that have existing hybrid species.
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This hybrid comes from a Male Leopard and a Female Lion. Actually this has happened in Kenya, where the female lion was exiled by its pride. It went on to bore a beautiful leopon by itself. The offspring has a little mane and large front paws. It can climb trees, something lions cannot do, but leopards can. Since both lions and leopards are found in the Kenya savannas, this is a real possibility.
Killer whales actually come from the same family as dolphins. They have borne natural offspring called False killer whales or wholphins, but despite this, they are extremely rare. Only one wholphin exists in captivity. But with the so many similarities between human beings, dolphins and killer whales in terms of social behavior. I would not be surprised if the ocean is crawling with wholphins.
An offspring of female donkey and a male horse. They maintain that strong height and build of a horse.
A Zonkey is a cross between a zebra and a donkey. The two are very closely related and there have been quite a few situations that have occurred naturally.
This is a cross between goats and sheep. This is actually a very common hybrid as these animals are often kept together in Kenya.
It's a cross between Domestic Cat and Serval. These beautiful creatures have been described as dog-like, enjoying games of fetch, wagging their tails, and having no fear of water. They are extremely expensive.
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