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This creature is the only one on the list which was not designed for a practical reason, but merely to prove that it could be done. Genetic Engineers in Zimbabwe (formerly Rhodesia) managed to unlock a dormant “flying” strand in the DNA of the Umbuku lizard, a very small and rare lizard native to Africa. It is believed that the lizard is a descendent of the Pterodactyl, which lost its ability to fly some millions of years ago. To date only 6 of these flying Umbuku have been produced

This is the only cat I will ever put on my Puppy Love page but OMG! Rare white lion cub debuts at Mexican Zoo - Animal Tracks OMG he is so cute!!!

"The White Lions are rare animals found in South Africa. They are not albinos, but a inherited scarcity, unique to one common region on the globe. Their white color is a result of rare color mutation of the Kruger breed of lion."

King Cheetah (not a regular cheetah but a different kind,Still they are very much alike other than the markings on the back and tail also larger than a regular cheetah) The King Cheetah has to enherit a special geine from each of the parents to get these special markings, Which is one of the reasons it is so rare.

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1 Month Old Rare white lion cub debuts at Mexican Zoo - Animal Tracks.

The Savannah is a fairly modern domestic cat creation that was accepted as a new breed in 2001, by the International Cat Association. This cat is a hybrid of the domestic cat and the wild African Serval. Savannah’s are a lot more social than most domestic cat breeds, and have often been compared to dogs because of their extreme loyalty. The Savannah is a large cat with a very slim body

With the growing wealth of China, many rich Chinese women are seeking alternative and exotic pets to show off their money. This has lead to a number of Chinese medical and scientific research companies to compete for this new income source by producing cross breed animals. The most successful (financially) so far has been the Lemur Cat. It is (as the name suggests) a cross between a lemur and a cat.