In case you didn’t know, whales and dolphins are closely related. Both are members of the cetacean family. They both have lungs. And both came from land-dwelling creatures who became overly accustomed to the sea. The pairing was made possible by the rare breeding of the common bottlenose dolphin and the fake killer whale. The animal is on display at Sea Life Park Hawaii if you want to see it. This wholphin is huge in comparison to other dolphins. The dolphin is already the size of a full-grown bottlenose dolphin at one year old. The animal will only get bigger as it gets older. In any case, if you want to view the thing, you’ll have to go to Hawaii.
Despite its name, the savannah cat does not originate in the African savannah. Instead, it is the product of a domestic cat mating with a serval, a species found only in a few areas of the African Sahara. Fortunately, this hybrid is adorable. The resulting child has tall springy ears and a gorgeous serval coat. What makes this animal even more interesting is that it has many features of dogs. It enjoys playing fetch, running around and playing, and jumping into the water. In the end, the creature is a superspecies. Because of its popularity among breeders, the hybrid has been recognized as its own species.