Hybrid

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Hybrid

A package of two or more different kinds of risk management instruments that are usually interactive.
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Madness (worryingly common in Worcestershire and Herefordshire) was more the result of inter-breeding.
One thing we noticed was that not only speciation but also hybridization - inter-breeding among coral species - was going on at the edges much more than in the heart of their range.
Once found across the British mainland, habitat loss and inter-breeding with domestic cats has led to numbers falling dramatically, with a small population still clinging on in Scotland.
He said the descendants of the alien inter-breeding of long ago still rule the world and include George W Bush, Her Majesty the Queen and members of the royal family (perhaps this explains why Charles talks to plants), Hillary Clinton, Harold Wilson, Tony Blair and Kris Kristofferson.
Gary said: "We are seeing a lot more like these, breeders are inter-breeding to produce albinos so they get these different colours.
It would appear that the inter-breeding of wild and stocked fish weakens the resulting progeny in terms of future stocks.
Additional threats to the cat include inter-breeding with house cats, disease, wild dog predation and road traffic.

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