They do. It’s far more common to see primate hybrids in captivity, but there are some that have been discovered in the wild. It’s become more common for primates in the pet trade to be hybrids, much like dogs.
Yes, there are instances of this, but it definitely depends on what species are cross-mating. If the DNA of the two different species are too different, it’s impossible for them to mate and produce viable offspring.
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