Friday, 18 January 2013

The Most Unusual and Unknown Creatures II

After The Most Unusual and Unknown Creatures, I once again give you Mother Nature at work...
The Axolotl (Ambystoma mexicanum) is a Mexican neotenic mole salamander ― that
happens to look
ridiculously cute
A Rare White Turtle which was found on the riverbank of the Yellow River in Zhengzhou,
Henan Province, China 
The tallest living dog is a Great Dane named ‘Zeus' (USA)
Helicoprion is a shark that swam in the Permian seas about 290 million years ago; it is an
 unusual shark in that it has a spiral dentition
The Mountain Goat shows exceptional 'ninja' climbing abilities

Macro Photography by Shikhei Goh of Indonesia

Australian Peacock Spider
The Tardigrade (also known as Waterbears or Moss Piglets) is a small, water-dwelling, segmented extremophile with eight legs. Extremophiles, as the name suggests, live in extreme environments in terms of temperature, pressure, toxicity and radiation.
The Ankole-Watusi is a breed of cattle originally native to Africa. Its large, distinctive
horns can reach up to 8 feet from tip to tip and are used for defense. They weigh from
900 to 1,600 pounds.

The Surinam Toad (Pipa pipa) lives in the Forests and marshes of South America. It has no
tongue or teeth. 
The Star-Nosed Mole (Condylura cristata) is a small mole found in wet low areas of
eastern Canada and the northeastern United States

The Bone-Eating Snot Flower (Osedax mucofloris) found in deep ocean waters bore
through the bone of whale carcasses to feast on the lipids

The Tentacled Snake (Erpeton tentaculatum) is a rear-fanged aquatic snake native to
South-East Asia that can stay underwater for up to 30 minutes before coming up for air

Also View:
The Most Unusual and Unknown Creatures [Photos & Videos]


Some Animals I Shot

Animals That Are Not To Be Confused

Animals Getting High: Weird Nature ― Peculiar Potions [Documentary]
Big Cat Hybrids

Why Cats Are Not Dogs
Why Do Cats Give Massages? 

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