This yak has a strong swim, a small crevice for a rider, and secrete a waterproof additive in their sweat to protect their fur. The animal, unlike traditional kayaks, can portage itself across uneven mountain passes and muddy riverbanks. This makes these mutants the ultimate pack animal for outdoor adventure. (Technically the KaYak is a modified Tibetan Dzo, which means it also has domestic cow DNA.)
Deep Water Croc
Deer, pigs, horses, and cows are introduced species on a number of islands. Often there are no natural predators to control these populations. The Deep Water Croc is a salt-water amphibious carnivore which can hide from prey more effectively than ordinary crocs. It can hold hours of air in its flexible nose, and has eyes which can watch the surface while remaining hidden. It turns out many mammals have learned to spot the outline of crocodiles in nearby water, but cannot identify the diffuse outline of this clever submarine meat-eater.
This modified amphibian is capable of launching itself shocking distances, biting deep, and holding on to potential prey indefinitely. The mutant also has the loudest warning call of any known animal. They make great, easy to keep, guard animals for any size home.
Pachyderms make great pack animals, but they are often incompatible with road surfaces, and travel at low speeds. The rolling mammoth mixes the versatility of elephants with the convenience of high-speed vehicle travel.
Finally African Cantalope is available is this country! This delicacy can easily be opened with the convenient handles located at the top of each melon. NooZuandGnuHue Research Labs created this appetizing mutant.
This mutant was recently developed to celebrate the World Cup. Powerful muscles in the flower generate a distinctive loud noise for many minutes at a time. This mutant was originally intended to be part of a security system, but it made noise far too often to be an effective home alarm.