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5-10-2010 @ 5:00PM
Not only wolves and dogs can breed, they are also actively breeded. You can even own one if you feel inclined to; one of most well known breeds is Czechoslovakian Wolf-dog (www.wolfdog.org), a fairly popular army and police dog in Eastern Europe, if a tad tough to raise and control properly. Another, a few dozen years older breed is Saarloos Wolfdog from Dutch breeders.Anyway, it's safe to say that Draenei and Orcs shouldn't be able to reproduce, since they a result of two different evolutionary lines from two totally different worlds. Draenei x Orc would be like Human x Tauren, really: one of them isn't even a primate.Neither Draenei nor Orcs should be able to reproduce with Azerothian humanoids, because once again, it's a different planet. Orcs might be able to reproduce with Ogres, since they probably share a common ancestry.Azeroth is a tad more complicated. Elves and Trolls probably share a common origin, Goblins might be of the same ancestry as well. Humans however, they came from Vrykul. Dwarves and Gnomes are both artifical constructs originally, so they probably could be made to mate with each other.Of course, we're talking World of Warcraft here. That's a world where you can walk on water if you sprinkle your feet with a bit of fish oil. So, I guess, we can't really rule out anything; if two incompatible people really really want to have offspring, they can always resort to some sort of magic in-vitro. *wink*
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