7 Cute Hybrid Animals with Silly Names ...

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We've all seen some mighty adorable animals throughout our lives, but there are some cute hybrid animals that you may never have seen.

They have some silly names, but that makes them even more precious.

If you're an animal lover, than you'll love them all, no matter what they look like.

To prove it, here are some cute hybrid animals that you need to see to believe:

1. Zebroids

Zebroids

Have you ever seen anything like this?

This adorable animal is a Zorse, which is a cross between a zebra and a horse.

It has the stripes of a zebra, but has white spots that are reminiscent of a gorgeous horse.

This is one of the cute hybrid animals that looks pretty wild.2

It's something rare that you'd be lucky to come across.2

Of course, there are many types of Zebroids that look different than this one.

There are other zebra hybrids called a zonkey, zebonkey, zebronkey, zebrinny, zebrula, zebrass, zedonk, and zebadonk

2. Wholphin

Wholphin

If you saw this animal, you might not even realize that it's a hybrid.2

It looks pretty similar to a dolphin, but it's actually a cross between a male whale and female dolphin.2

They're extremely rare, because it's a battle to survive after they're born.

The first Wholphin that survived in the United States was born in Hawaii and named Kekaimalu, which means 'from the peaceful ocean.'

3. Camas

Camas

It's impossible for this camel and llama mix to reproduce without the help of humans because a fully grown camel is six times heavier than a llama.2

Insemination is the only possible way for this cutie to be born.

Only a handful of them have been created.

They eat shrubs and other plants, just like camels do.

4. Beefalo

Beefalo

This is a cross between domestic cattle and an American bison.

They've existed since 1749.

They're huge, but they don't look out of the ordinary.

You'd probably pass them in a field without a second glance.2

Of course, that doesn't make them any less impressive.

They're still an awesome piece of nature.

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