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Zonkeys attest to the variations possible within the “horse kind.”
On April 16, 2006, on the south end of Banks Island, that a 65-year-old hunter shot and killed the first documented grizzly/polar hybrid (grolar bear) in the wild.
Joining the ranks of such hybrid animals as ligers and wholphins, is a new hybrid salamander breed of the California tiger salamander and barred salamanders.
James Owen, in a National Geographic News story, explains how a growing number of “hybrid species” have been observed in the wild.