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An Adorable Collection Of Hybrid Animals

Most animals are naturally so darn cute that it's virtually impossible to imagine how they could be made any cuter, but thanks to the magical power of Photoshop we can multiply that cuteness factor by a million.

These awe inspiringly adorable animal hybrids may not exist in the wild (yet...), but they can, and will, run around in the fields of our critter loving imaginations for an eternity. Thanks teh internet!

Let's start this collection off with a hybrid that most families would be happy to have hanging around in their homes- the delightful Dird

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Turtles and tortoises don't bring a lot of cuddling and tail wagging to the table, but the cheese torturger will bring you dinner!

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Don't try to lock eyes with this rabbowl or he might see you as prey...

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The mighty mallephant emits a screeching honk that can be heard across the Sahara, warning the African fishmen to stay away

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The pigdog isn't an uncommon hybrid animal, in fact, you might have your very own pigdog eating up all your kibble and stinking up the house!

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I have no idea what the heck this thing is, or what it's called, but it's absolutely ug-dorable!

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People often assume the name Goth comes from the East Germanic people, but it's actually the name of a rare breed of goat-moth hybrids

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The brutish beardog (bog?) looks like an ornery critter...until he smiles!

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The gentle rhinurtle doesn't mean to scare his fellow housepets, but when they see this strange hybrid charging at them they practically jump out of their fur!

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Once again I'm stumped by which two animals had to do the nasty to make this crazy critter, maybe a chinchilla and a dog? Chinchog, is that you?

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The pigdog is pretty uncommon, but the rare pigcat is strictly laboratory grown and requires lubricating lotion to be rubbed into its skin once an hour, to prevent wrinkle chafing

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The extremely rare rabbawk was born out of a most unlikely affair between a hawk and its prey, and now the poor hybrid critter can't decide who, or what, to eat!

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The rhinooster wakes up at the crack of dawn to bellow and squawk, and if anyone has a problem with this vocal celebration of dawn he charges at them and pecks them in the butt!

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Dirds aren't as rare as cirds, for obvious reasons...

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The majestic horck lopes across the plains and valleys hunting down giant crickets and emitting a strange noise that has come to be known as the whonk

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The shy little eledillo can't roll into a ball like their armored cousins the armadillo, but their trunks make scratching an itch under their armor plates a breeze

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The sad chounds, which are sometimes mistakenly referred to as dimps, are filled with such deep emotional insight that they spend their lives experiencing every single emotion at once. Do they make Prozac for mutant animals?

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The silly gorillapus loves to play the day away, squirting muddy water at their fellow jungle denizens and emitting a mighty squank as it swings from pond to pond

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Awww, look at the cute little lotter! Don't you just want to eat him all up? Yeah, he wants to eat you all up too!

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Lastly, we have the cuddly koalephant, the only elephant hybrid that can swing from tree to tree by its trunk. They can also

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If you ever spot one of these critters in the wild make sure you snap a pic, and then assume that nobody will believe that the pic isn't digitally altered!

Love cute animals? View more at Lifestyles of the Cute and Cuddly blog

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