You can find this fish in the Galapagos Islands! They are bad swimmers and so they use their pectoral fins to walk at the bottom of the ocean! Although, who thinks that fish is wearing a lipstick? No one?
This is very unusual as well as a rare shark. They are even referred to as living fossils. This fish is actually the only representative to the only extant representative of the family Mitsukurinidae. A lineage of around 125 million years old! Isn’t it amazing? Well, these sharks are usually found under 330 ft and hence, poses no danger to humans!
Aren’t they cute? However, these ants are found in Chile and are known for their powerful stings! The name of the family Mutillidae, as well as consists of more than three thousand species of wasps.
The strange appearance of these bugs still poses many questions to the scientists. However, they use their beaks to pierce the plant stems and feed on their sap.
Lowland Streaked Tenrec
These are found in Madagascar, Africa. This small tenrec is the only mammal known to produce sound with the use of stridulation. However, that is usually associated with snakes as well as insects!
This is a hawk-moth it feeds on flowers as well as makes a similar humming sound. Although it looks like a hummingbird, the interesting part is that they are very good with learning colors.
These are also known as a blue dragon! This creature is a species of blue sea slug. You can fins them in warm waters of the ocean as they float on the surface due to the gas-filled sac in their stomach.
These are also called as ‘thumb spitters’ as well as prawn killers. They are one of the most common predators of the sub-tropical as well as tropical waters.
Venezuelan Poodle Moth!
Discovered in Venezuela in 2009. These cute looking moths are yet to be explored completely. Although, these are easily confused online with the images of other furry moths!
The Pacu Fish
These are found in Papua New Guinea! They refer these fishes to as ‘ball cutter.’ The local fishermen are really worried about the safety of their testicles when they have to enter the water!!!
These are one of the largest isopods in existence! Although, the enormous size of these creatures is what known as a result of a phenomenon known as deep-sea gigantism.
The Saiga Antelope
The saiga spread around Eurasian Steppe is known for its extremely unusual as well as flexible nose.
The Bush Viper
Being a carnivore predator the Bush Viper lives up in the trees. However, they live up in the trees of tropical forests of Africa. They also, do most of their hunting at night.
This bright blue fish can be found in the Atlantic Ocean. They also spend 80% of their time searching for food!
Don’t they look like one of those cartoon characters! These birds were known to early Egyptians as well as Arabs, although they were classified in the 19th century!