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There are two conflicting sources for this article: Order 66: A Republic Commando Novel and Star Wars: The Clone Wars Character Encyclopedia.

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A hybrid was an individual with parentage from more than one sentient species.


The Human species was able to interbreed with the Coynite,[1] Echani,[2] Ferroan,[3] Hamadryas,[4] Kiffar,[5] Miraluka,[6] Nagai,[7], Sith,[8][9][10] Theelin,[11] Twi'lek, and a number of other species.[12] When Humans bred with the Kalai, the resulting offspring were known as Lethagoe[13] and with the Zabrak the Dathomirians.[14]

On the other hand, Humans were unable to interbreed with the Anzati, Qiraash, Rattataki, or Umbaran species without genetic manipulation.[15] Humans were also incompatible with the Bothan[16], Keshiri[17] and Tusken Raider[18] species.

Other compatible hybrid combinations included Borneck with Etti,[19] and Arkanian with Sephi.[20] There was a half-Bothan population[21] on the planet Farfalla.[22] Other incompatible combinations included Gotal with H'nemthe,[23] and Twi'lek with Zelosian.[24]

Many species ostracized members who bore hybrid children.[25]

Behind the scenesEdit

According to Order 66: A Republic Commando Novel and Imperial Commando: 501st, and also The X-Wings series of books by Micheal Stackpole and Aaron Allston, Humans and Twi'leks were genetically incompatible. However, Star Wars: The Clone Wars Character Encyclopedia directly contradicts this, indicating that such pairings could indeed produce hybrid offspring. As it is the most recent source, this article follows the Character Encyclopedia.



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