10 Weird Animals
You have to see these animals to believe they exist.
The Zombie Snail is an animal right out of the walking dead. These tentacles are actually filled with parasites that take over the snail The parasite causes the tentacles to change colors and attract birds.
Goblin Shark This is a strange looking shark Lives on the bottom of the ocean but has the ability to dislocate its jaw and thrust it towards the prey and then reattach the jaw.Think of throwing dentures at someone.
Nubibranch Sea Slug This slug gets it’s colors and even toxins from the food it eats. It would be like you turning orange after eating carrots.
Dumbo Octopus Lay eggs and can survive at depths as deep as 13,000 feet
Saddleback Caterpillar Besides looking bizarre this caterpillar can sting and inflict a painful sting
Tarsier This primate found in the Philippines is the smallest primate. It is nocturnal and feeds on insects and small lizards. It is incredible nimble in trees
Cape Rain Frog This frog looks like a rock This round frog of South Africa will stay in a burrow for months to avoid the heat before coming out to feed
Komodo Dragon Komodo island cannibalize others, can inject venom
Cuttlefish Amazing ability to camouflage. Almost like a swimming TV can change colors based on the environment in an instant. Cuttlefish use pigmented organs, elastic sacs called chromatophores, to display red, yellow, brown, and black directly.
Hippo Mammal but loves the water They have many traits in common with whales. They have a strange habit. They fling their feces with their tail
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