Hybrid Animals

Contest Info

  • Started: 2/22/2005 06:05
  • Ended: 2/24/2005 06:05
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 50
  • Jackpot:
  • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
  • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
  • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
Hybrid Animals
Contest Directions: Mate any animal species to create hybrid animals. Cats and dogs, rats and sheep, etc.

Contest Info

    • Started: 2/22/2005 06:05
    • Ended: 2/24/2005 06:05
    • Level: advanced
    • Entries: 50
    • Jackpot:
    • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
    • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
    • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
This gallery only contains our top 50 selections from its parent contest Hybrid Animals. All 50 contest pictures can be viewed here.
  • Zebra Ant

    Zebra Ant
  • Two Can

    Two Can
  • Tiger squirrel

    Tiger squirrel
  • tiger horse

    tiger horse
  • Vampire Frog

    Vampire Frog
  • Squid lizard

    Squid lizard
  • Lion Retriever

    Lion Retriever
  • Seal

    Seal
  • wolf bear

    wolf bear
  • Mouse

    Mouse
  • elephant bird

    elephant bird
  • Couger pig

    Couger pig
  • giraffe dog

    giraffe dog
  • Eagle Sparrow

    Eagle Sparrow
  • Cat owl

    Cat owl
  • Bunny Chicken

    Bunny Chicken
  • Snake bird

    Snake bird
  • Lizard parrot

    Lizard parrot
  • Elephant dinosaur

    Elephant dinosaur
  • Baboon Lion

    Baboon Lion
  • Cat gull

    Cat gull
  • Thing

    Thing
  • Crocodile bat

    Crocodile bat
  • Jaguar bird

    Jaguar bird
  • Bat frog

    Bat frog
  • rabbit dog

    rabbit dog
  • Owl tiger

    Owl tiger
  • Myrtle

    Myrtle
  • Lizard snake

    Lizard snake
  • Turtle lizard

    Turtle lizard
  • Wolf owl

    Wolf owl
  • Macaw croc

    Macaw croc
  • Elephant eagle

    Elephant eagle
  • Frog owl

    Frog owl
  • parakeet rooster

    parakeet rooster
  • Wirehaired Terrier bat

    Wirehaired Terrier bat
  • Vulture eagle

    Vulture eagle
  • Monkey elephant

    Monkey elephant
  • Zebra dolphin

    Zebra dolphin
  • Koala Chipmunk

    Koala Chipmunk
  • Squirrel horse

    Squirrel horse
  • Giraffe Wolf

    Giraffe Wolf
  • Trumpeter Swan

    Trumpeter Swan
  • CHEETAH EAGLE

    CHEETAH EAGLE
  • California Condor

    California Condor
  • Finch cougar

    Finch cougar
  • Self Portrait

    Self Portrait
  • Bat

    Bat
  • Presidential Pidgeon

    Presidential Pidgeon
  • dog man and bat

    dog man and bat
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This contest is fueled by the following news: Hybrid (From latin, "hybrida" — cross breed) — Organism (cell), obtained in consequence of inter-breeding genetically the distinguished species. Concept of hybrid is wide-spread especially in botanics but also used in zoology. Hybrids can be intra specific or, distant, if obtained through cross breeding of different types. Liger — Hybrid between male lion and female tigress, looking like a gigantic lion with degraded stripes. Without considering the tiger, which is an immediate natural type, as on date, this is the biggest cat in the world. Some liger males have mane and like tigers, but in contrast to lions, can and love to swim. And also, liger females (ligress) can give birth, which is unusual for hybrids.
The result of that equation actually is a 10 foot long, 900 pound hybrid animal that is named Hercules. He is fast becoming one of Miami's best visited attractions. Dr. Bhagavan Antle, a big cat breeder, said the liger is not something that you see every day. The spawn of a male lion and a female tiger, Hercules is such a rarity that he is one of only about a dozen ligers around the world. Only close species can result in hybrid animals due do restrictions in genetics and DNA development in animal embryo. In other words the two animals have to be very close to each other genetically in order for sperm of one to be able to successfully fertilize the egg of another.
Hinny - Hybrid of male horse and female donkey. It is quite opposite to mule, for which the gender of parents is vice versa. Outwardly, hinny is quite similar to donkey but only its voice is different. Hinnies are raised in Mediterranean countries and in Asia. However, since they are inferior to mules with respect to working capacity and stamina, they are very rarley found than mules. Male hinnies are infertile and the female hinnies are in most cases infertile. In latest generally accepted meaning, mule is an offspring of male donkey and female horse. Mule can be differentiated with hinny - offspring of male horse and female donkey. Term «Mule» (Lat. mulus) was at first used for offspring of any two various types of animals— at present, being called "Hybrid". It is much easier to breed the mules and usually mules are much bigger than hinnies. Male mules and hinnies are sterile and the females are in most cases belong to sterile category. This is due to difference in the quantity of chromosomes present in horses (64 chromosomes) and in donkeys (62 chromosomes). Nar is a result of cross breeding of Dromedary and Bactrian camels. These hybrid camels have two small and merged together humps. It has the characteristics of parents and is enduring (sturdy) and strong animal. Nar can have posterity but the descendants possess inferior qualities when compared to parent camels. Thus Nar is first generation crossbred F1 camel. Tiger-lion or Tigon is a cross breed of male tiger and lioness. At present, tigons are not prevalent as the "vis-ŕ-vis" ligers, even though at the end of XIX century and at the beginning of XX century quite opposite situation prevailed. Tigons are never found in nature as tigers and lions have different habits, manners and habitat places. Tigons include the characteristics of both the parents: They can have spots from mother -genes of lions are responsible for spots - lion cubs are brown with spots - and stripes from father. Mane of tigons, if at all it appears, shall always be shorter than the mane of lions. Usually, tigons are smaller than lions and tigers and approximately weigh 150 kg (350 pounds). Male tigons are always sterile and at the same time female tigons can give birth. However, if you are interested in technology more than biology, hybrid cars contest gallery may be for you.
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