Do you know an animal that is a little bit weird to see? Well, I guess you can name one but it’s so familiar that we tend to neglect it.. but wait, there’s still more of them, and these ones are a little bit scary.
I just hope it scares you well! LOL!
1. Venezuelan poodle moth
The Venezuelan Poodle Moth is a new specie of moth discovered in the region of Venezuela
The blobfish is a deep sea fish of the family Psychrolutidae. It inhabits the deep waters off the coasts of mainland Australia and Tasmania.
3. Pink fairy armadillo
The pink fairy armadillo or pichiciego is the smallest species of armadillo that can be found in Central Argentina.
4. Tufted deer
The tufted deer, Elaphodus cephalophus, is a small species of deer characterized by a prominent tuft of black hair on its forehead and fang-like canines for the males.
5. Tube-nosed fruit bat
The tube-nosed fruit bat is a species of bat in the Pteropodidae family. It is endemic to the Philippines.
6. Irrawaddy dolphin
The Irrawaddy dolphin is a euryhaline species of oceanic dolphin found in discontinuous subpopulations near sea coasts and in estuaries and rivers in parts of the Bay of Bengal and Southeast Asia.
7. Snub-nosed monkey
Snub-nosed monkeys are a group of Old World monkeys and make up the entirety of the genus Rhinopithecus.
8. Lion’s mane-jellyfish
The lion’s mane jellyfish, also known as hair jelly, is the largest known species of jellyfish.
9. Wolf fish
The Atlantic wolffish, also known as the seawolf, Atlantic catfish, ocean catfish, devil fish, wolf eel, or sea cat, is a marine fish, the largest of the wolffish family Anarhichadidae.
10. Frilled shark
The frilled shark is one of two extant species of shark in the family Chlamydoselachidae, with a wide but patchy distribution in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
11. Cyclops shark
The weird one-eyed cyclops shark was discovered in Mexico.
12. Sunda colugo
The Sunda Colugo or also known as the Malayan flying lemur or Malayan colugo, is a species of colugo.
13. Aye-aye lemur
Aye-aye lemuris a lemur, a strepsirrhine primate native to Madagascar that combines rodent-like teeth and a special thin middle finger to fill the same ecological niche as a woodpecker.
14. Barreleye fish
Barreleye fish or also known as spook fish (a name also applied to several species of chimaera), are small deep-sea argentiniform fish comprising the family Opisthoproctidae found in tropical-to-temperate waters of the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans
15. Sea lamprey
The Sea lamprey is a parasitic lamprey found in the northern Atlantic Ocean along shores of Europe and North America
A pangolin is a mammal of the order Pholidota.
17. Saki monkey
Saki monkey are any of several New World monkeys of the genus Pithecia. They are closely related to the bearded sakis of genus Chiropotes.
18. Banded piglet squid
The banded piglet squid, is a small squid of the genus Helicocranchia.
19. Yeti crab
Yeti crab is a crustacean discovered in 2005 in the South Pacific Ocean. This decapod, which is approximately 15 cm long, is notable for the quantity of silky blond setae covering its pereiopods.
20. Goblin shark
The goblin shark is a rare, poorly understood species of deep-sea shark. Sometimes called a “living fossil”, it is the only extant representative of the family Mitsukurinidae, a lineage some 125 million years old.
21. Giant isopod
A giant isopod is any of the almost 20 species of large isopods in the genus Bathynomus.
22. Pygmy marmoset
The pygmy marmoset is a small New World monkey native to rainforests of the western Amazon Basin in South America.
23. Naked mole rat
The naked mole rat also known as the sand puppy or desert mole rat, is a burrowing rodent native to parts of East Africa and is the only species currently classified in the genus Heterocephalus.
24. Star-nosed mole
he star-nosed mole is a small mole found in wet low areas of eastern Canada and the northeastern United States, with records extending along the Atlantic coast as far as extreme southeastern Georgia.
Uakari is the common name for the New World monkeys of the genus Cacajao.