No. They're different species so they can't crossbreed.
No, but there are many species of honey bees that will crossbreed
No, because they are two different species.
Some can. Many rodent species are similar.
Here are three sentences with the word 'crossbreed': "My dog is a crossbreed between two different breeds of dog." "It is common to crossbreed different breeds of cat now." "Some people believe that it is wrong to crossbreed hamsters."
That is not possible. A crossbreed between a donkey and a horse is a mule. However, because the donkey and the horse are two different species, the mule is infertile, meaning it cannot reproduce. Because it cannot reproduce, it cannot mate with a donkey, and as such a crossbreed cannot exist.
No. A donkey is a separate equine species from horses, and not related at all to monkeys.A mule is a crossbreed between a male horse and a female donkey.
No. The two animals are completely different. Sugar gliders are marsupials, and squirrels are placental mammals. It is impossible to crossbreed these two species.
Zebras are a specific species, not hybrids. You only get zebras from other zebras.
It does with other species of snakes but with other kind of animals, there isn't one yet.
Sometimes related species will cross-breed to make hybrids. This is seen quite often with ducks.
None. The wooly mammoth is extinct. It was a separate, distinct species.