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IMAGES OF STRANGE ENCOUNTERS, ABNORMALITIES, AND UNUSUAL BEHAVIOR IN ANIMALS.
A Big Horn Sheep and Mouflon hybrid mix ram.
Photographer:
Karine Aigner/National Geographic Creative
Piebald Ring-necked Pheasant.
A brindle foal, another example of a rare coloring on horses. While in some horses the pattern seems to be inherited, there is no evidence yet that their is an actual gene that causes brindle patterns. There could be a link to chimerism, with the color being expressed by two different sets of horse coat color genes.

gtfo-im-a-turtle said: You got anything more on that hybrid iguana? Id love to know how it behaved given the parent species' differences

Unfortunately what was little text I posted with the image was all that was one the NatGeo Creative page.

But if anyone has any interesting Marine/Land Iguana information for our friend here feel free to link/comment!

The original photographer said this was a Albino Mountain Goat, but it is clearly an antelope of sorts—and looks like a Leucistic Blackbuck in my opinion.
Photograph by Dhanush Shah
Melanistic Serval spotted in the Mkomazi National Park.
A cross fox, a color morph of a red fox.
Three legged Black bear.