is it possible to cross breeed

javsto

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a male jacksons cham with a female ambilobe panther, thus getting a frankensteinish jacksons/panther cham with vibrant colors and triceritops horns? how cool would that be....
 

GoFSU

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a male jacksons cham with a female ambilobe panther, thus getting a frankensteinish jacksons/panther cham with vibrant colors and triceritops horns? how cool would that be....

lol no, all you had to do was some research on breeding either species and you would see that it was 100% impossible :D
 

Cainschams

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Its like breeding a Hammer Head to a Great White shark. Both are sharks but totally different species. Cant be done;)
 

DChalo

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They all had a common ancestor, but now they have grown so far apart that they cant breed anymore
 

RAFASTAR23

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a male jacksons cham with a female ambilobe panther, thus getting a frankensteinish jacksons/panther cham with vibrant colors and triceritops horns? how cool would that be....

Impossible! They are two different species,... It would be like trying to breed an orangutan with a gorilla! :p
 

javsto

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Impossible! They are two different species,... It would be like trying to breed an orangutan with a gorilla! :p

leave it to science, it will happen some day. jurassic primate. if you ever read the micheal criton(not sure how to spell his last name) i think its either the first or second book they mention a raptor like dino with chameleon characteristics that is able to camoflage itself to its environment when hunting its prey. that and the swimming T-rex would have made for a better movie.
 

Ekaj13

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leave it to science, it will happen some day. jurassic primate. if you ever read the micheal criton(not sure how to spell his last name) i think its either the first or second book they mention a raptor like dino with chameleon characteristics that is able to camoflage itself to its environment when hunting its prey. that and the swimming T-rex would have made for a better movie.

Sadly Michael Crichton books while based on some science, are far from reality. For example he was an outspoken critic of global warming.
 

Jakama

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By definition two separate species cannot produce fertile offspring. Some, however, can produce infertile offspring, if their genitalia and general genetic makeup are similar enough. Mules and ligers are examples of this.
The thing is, animals are designed not to be attracted to other species. Coloration is one of the biggest factors that enforces this. Getting a Jackson's to mate with a panther would be nearly impossible, so artificial insemination would really be the only solution here. The end result would either be pretty cool or just downright sad.
 

Apl3jck

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If it were possible, Id breed a Jackson with a Parsanii, and get a huge chameleon with the horns... so that I would basically have a legit triceratops
 
not gonna happen...

Not because they are different species,I know someone who pulled off successful matiing a vieled x panther but the eggs all died after the 3rd month.But nature thought about it for that little time....it wouldnt work because the birthing process of the 2....the jackson is live birth in under 6 months usually,the panther is an egg layer with a 10-12 month hatch time...so they would either drown in the egg or be born premature.......it would be bad @ss though:D

Jonathan Jones
 
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