What is a cross between a cow and a bison called?
A Bisow ?
A horse and a donkey ? A mule. Why not a Horkey or Dorse ?
A male Lion and a female Tiger ? A Liger.
A male Tiger and female Lion ? A Tigon.
Almost always … all sterile.
I remember reading about some experiments with African Buffalos.
A Jackass and Donald Trump ? A Jackass.
Sorry, Mike, I couldn't resist.
Don't be sorry Carl, it gave me the first laugh of the day.
"A Jackass and Donald Trump ? A Jackass"
Really wish I could disagree...
Wouldn't it be nice if he had his eco-savy and Obama's political savy? Is such a thing possible? I think not.
But, thanks to JP for the laugh! It is said that a joke is always funniest when it cuts closest to the truth . . .
So, Mike, what was the answer ?
Thanks for reminding me to answer the question Carl!
Beefalo! Also Cattalo!
I knew that cfdr would have the answer(Cattle Feeder).
He can probably also tell us a few interesting things about this hybrid. The history of it is pretty fascinating.
"After seeing thousands of cattle die in a Kansas blizzard in 1886, Charles "Buffalo" Jones, a co-founder of Garden City, Kansas, also worked to cross bison and cattle at a ranch near the future Grand Canyon National Park, with the hope the animals could survive the harsh winters. He called the result "cattalo" in 1888."