Among 1,367,555 non-insect animal species, how many do you know? We at PITBULLS BIBLE exhibit a list of 15 such strange animals that’ll probably make you think that nature’s messed up.
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Something that seems like a real-life Pokémon, this is a species of small blue sea slug.
They can be found in any ocean of the world but are rarely visible as they live at a depth of up to 2300 feet.
Also known as the “prawn killers”, these deadly predators can be found in tropical and sub-tropical waters.
Endemic to central Argentina, these are the smallest species of armadillo. They generally inhabit in sandy dunes and scrubby grasslands.
This deadly carnivore predator lives in the tropical forests of Africa
Native to Madagascar, Aye-Ayes have a distinguished bushy tail that is larger than their bodies.
Despite having Zebra-like stripes on legs, Okapis are closely related to giraffes. They are found in Democratic Republic of the Congo in Central Africa.
Found in the Antarctica’s continental shelf, the blood of these fishes lack RBCs and is instead filled with anti-freeze cells.
This is one of the largest isopods thriving on this planet.
Found on the Galapagos Islands, this fish walks on the bottom of the ocean using its pectoral fins.
This Caecilian amphibian has a flat, broad head and a fleshy dorsal fin on the body. They are usually found in the Madeira River (tributary of the Amazon)
This ancient atlantic jawless fish may be America’s first destructive invasive species.
Found in Madagascar, Africa, this is the only mammal that uses stridulation for generating sound.
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The nine-foot claw-span of this giant makes him Europe’s biggest crab. It lives in waters around Japan.
Endemic to Madagascar, this cat-like mammal is closely related to mongoose family.
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