7 of the World’s Most Dangerous Festivals

By Manish Choudhary

Dec 01, 2023

A hybrid between a grizzly bear and a polar bear. These bears can be found in regions where the ranges of grizzly and polar bears overlap.

1. Grolar Bear or Pizzly Bear

A hinny is the offspring of a male horse (stallion) and a female donkey (jenny). Mules, on the other hand, result from the mating of a male donkey (jack) with a female horse (mare).

2. Hinny or Mule

A jaglion is a hybrid of a male jaguar and a female lion. A liguar is a hybrid of a male lion and a female jaguar.

3. Jaglion or Liguar

A cross between a male leopard and a female lion. Leopons share the characteristics of both parents.

4. Leopon

Ligers result from the mating of a male lion and a female tiger. Tigons, conversely, come from a male tiger and a female lion. Ligers are larger than both lions and tigers, while tigons are smaller.

5. Liger or Tigon

A hybrid between a domestic cat and a serval, a wild African cat. Savannah cats are known for their striking appearance and playful nature.

6. Savannah Cat

A zonkey is the offspring of a male zebra and a female donkey. Also known as a zebadonk, this hybrid exhibits the characteristics of both parents.

7. Zonkey or Zebadonk

These hybrids often occur in captivity or regions where the natural habitats of different species overlap. They can raise interesting questions about the boundaries and interactions between species in the wild.