ANSWERS: 2
  • No, they aren't in the same genus or species. If they were in the same genus, yes, they could mate, but the offspring would be sterile. They're certainly not in the same species, so...no, they cannot cross-breed.
  • Worth a look: http://motherboard.vice.com/read/why-some-animals-try-mating-with-the-wrong-species

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