Top 10 Scary Animals Hybrids Caught On Camera

Top 10 Scary Animals Hybrids Caught On Camera

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This video comes with a lot of links because
I wanted to get permission from the artist to use the photoshopped animal photos. Because
of that ALL LINKS are ordered at the bottom. This includes source links, and photo links
for fake animals. I think I only sourced the real image of one real animal and it was the
narluga because there isn’t a real photo of its existence so I attached photos of the
animal skull. *Top 10 Scary Animal Hybrids Caught On Camera* There are some mixes between animals where
you are like, no way, that’s.. that’s a bit far fetched man, and they ARE true,
but yes, there are also plenty of photoshopped animals out there. I learned how to photoshop
a squirrel’s head onto a bird when I was eleven and I bet people can do it even better at
even younger days now. So today I, your host Abbey, am going to give
you the truth. Top 10 Real Animal Hybrids, but for every one I say is real I will show
one or two photoshopped animal images to keep you entertained. Thesephotos come courtesy
of gyyporama on instagram, that’s G Y Y P O R A M A.
So let’s hop into top ten Scary Animal Hybrids caught on Camera shall we? 10 Cama
Let’s start off with the Cama. This is a cross between a camel and a llama. While you
may be thinking, okay, this isn’t too wacky – I need to remind you the stats on both parents
of this creature. A llama weighs 130 to 200 kilograms, or about 300 to 450 pounds. In
comparison, a dromedary or one humped camel weighs 400 to 600 kilograms. That’s about
900 to 1300 pounds! Twice the size! So now we are all thinking how, I will tell you it
was done *sciency* through artificial means and the biggest success story was Rama the
Cama, who lived to be 14 years old. Now that we’ve seen a Cama, let’s look at another
Llama hybrid, the Swama. Ah, yes. Majestic. I can imagine it now, flying, before nosediving
when it sees I have snacks. Stunning. But onto another real one at number 9 Narluga
Now, while this one wasn’t caught on camera, we do have a photo of the skull (link below
for editors) and there have been photoshopped interpretations of a narluga. The skull was
given to researchers by an Inuit hunter that was part of a group that caught 3 of these
whales during a subsistence hunt. The blend of narwhal and beluga was described as “uniformly
gray, with pectoral fins shaped like belugas’ and tails shaped like narwhals” on ScienceNews.org.
It was confirmed through DNA analysis that the mother was a narwhal and the father was
a Beluga, and these are said to have not been spotted since. But, it’s important to note
that humans don’t frequently visit the Arctic to whale watch for research or otherwise.
And okay here I promised it, have a funny photoshopped animal. This is a beluga horse
hybrid. Again majestic. But the balance makes this one hard to believe. I mean, it looks
bipedal but has no arms to balance so what happens if the belugarse falls forwards? And
have another aquatic arctic friend, the Pengwhale. Honestly creepy and looks like the villain
in a story. Let’s get back to facts. At number 8, Hinny
While you think Hinny is just my bad impersonation of Ru Paul, well you are right but it’s
something else as well. You may have heard of a Mule but a Hinny is the other hybrid
equine with similar parentage. Both are the result of breeding a horse with a donkey,
but a mule has a horse as a mother and a hinny has a donkey as a mother. Both tend to live
longer than their parents and are more resistant to disease, but mules are more popular since
they tend to be stronger and have better endurance. And now that I have told you about Hinny’s
let’s look at this fake blended creation. Another equine, the Horseal. A moment of silence
for how funny this one looks. 7 Zonkey
If the Hinny wasn’t wild enough for you then here, have a Zonkey. A blend of Zebra
and Donkey, and yeah, it’s real. Quite rare though, as it’s not a fertile species, and
also because donkeys and zebras don’t have the same number of chromosomes. They look
like their donkey parent in their physical stature and their zebra parent with their
patterned fur. AKA a striped donkey. So while they are rare, they happen every once in a
while when there’s a love affair between a zebra and a donkey.
*said like romeo and juliet* Two equine species, unalike in chromosomes, In some fair zoo,
where we lay our scene, From ancient grudge break to new mutiny, Where civil blood makes
civil hands unclean. Okay it’s not as dramatic as romeo and juliet
but lemme have my moment. Here’s your photo: It’s a shorse. Shark horse. If that was
running at you what would you do? Talking about fast mixes… Number 6, Leopon
Sure you’ve heard of a liger or a tigon, but what about this fanciful cat? It’s a
cross between a lioness and a leopard. This is one type of cross that’s the most likely
in captivity, but not unheard of in the wild. The resulting look is a cat nearly the size
of a lion with shorter legs like a leopard. They have spots like a leopards, but are paler,
more like brown instead of black and Males grow short manes. Honestly, they look unreal,
and kinda fake, as if a lion was spray painted with jaguar spots and his mane was given a
haircut, but coool. What else is cool? This lion cross between a lion and a guinea pig.
*australian accent* a guina lion. I can’t imagine being afraid of it, with that cute
face? No no no. Or this one, the squix. Just gosh darn adorable. To number 5, Geep
No I’m not talking about the car. This is spelled G E E P and on second thought, it’s
probably pronounced Geep. This hybrid is a chimera. In short, any Geep has four parents
because its the result of a combination of goat and sheep embryos. The mix of embryos
is then put in the womb of sheep or goat until it is born. A successful Geep that was born
had patches of sheepish wool and goatish hair. Whenever these are a success, they aren’t
able to have babies because goats and sheep have different numbers of chromosomes. But
another break from science talk, look at this: A DUNNY. Look how fluffy. Amazing,from my
wildest dreams and I want 10. 4 Dzo
Spelled D Z O the Zo is a hybrid of a yak and a cow. Yak for reference. *pause*. Cow
for reference. *pause* and the resulting Zo *pause*. Some people call it yakow. Which
I think is great because it has a very nice ring to it. A Zo has a face similar to cattle,
but with large horns. Also, very sturdy and larger than both of it’s parents. My favourite
fact is that it can survive at an altitude of more than 10,000 feet. Zo’s have low
pulmonary artery pressure which means it can survive breathing thin air without risking
pulmonary hypertension. AKA very low blood pressure so the arteries have less problems.
What would give me less problems? Having a spowl. Spider owl. 1. It has better eyeliner
than me and 2. Is this spider sized or owl-sized? I gotta know. 3 Grolar Bear
This blend is becoming increasingly more common likely due to climate change. Grizzly bears
are moving further north into polar bear territory and the two are mingling. One example looks
like a grizzly in its face shape and it’s paws, but has the mostly white colour that
polar bears are known for. What is uncommon is the pear. This penguin
bear hybrid about the size of a teddy bear and probably really great at catching salmon.
Slightly more common is the bowl, an owl bear hybrid that is super jacked but wise at the
same time. 2 Wholphin
A wholphin is the result of a false killer whale breeding with a bottle-nosed dolphin.
This *gesture* and this *gesture*. Now this one is a bit misleading. A false killer whale
is technically a dolphin species, but this is still a staggering pairing. A wholphin
is much bigger than a bottle-nosed dolphin and a bit darker too. This pairing has been
seen in captivity as well as in the wild and a cool story is that a pair of parents of
a wholphin was actually in an adam sandler movie. 50 first dates featured Her mother,
Punahele (

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