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Spoiler for Seapig:
This is some kind of weird deep sea sea-cucumber.
Spoiler for Ajolote:
Not to be confused with the Axolotl (which comes later) this is an Ajolote, which is a freaky long retile found in Mexico with only two legs.
Spoiler for Aye-Aye:
looking like a hellspawn, the aye-aye is a native of Madagascar (where you find the cute lemurs).. it uses it’s extremely long finger to tap out and find grubs burrowing in wood and then uses the same digit to dig them out…
Spoiler for Chinese and Japanese Giant Salamander:
both grow up to about 2 metres long… are predators which eat fish and crustaceans..
Spoiler for Pygmy Jerboa:
cute as hell, they’re desert rodents which are found in north africa and asia.. see one of them hop around Jerboa.
Spoiler for Giant Isopod:
looking like a giant roach or worse, they inhabit the deep atlantic and thankfully, not the beaches off the east coast..
Spoiler for Thorny Devil Lizard:
resident of australia, it lives in the desert and eats ants.. the thorns prevent it from being eaten by other creatures
Spoiler for Hagfish:
Spoiler for ugly fish:
it’s an ugly fish.. but what makes it more disgusting is the huge amounts of slime it can produce..
Spoiler for Hairy Frog:
native to central africa… it’s weirdness is.. that.. it’s a frog.. with hair!! ’nuff said
Spoiler for Human-Faced Carp:
some hobbyist in Korea cross-bred a couple of types of fish and this appeared..
Spoiler for Sea Devil:
some kind of deep sea angler-fish with a huge expandable stomach… it has lots of hair-like things which may be used to attract its prey…
Spoiler for Proboscis Monkey:
the male of this species has this idiotic nose… but this doesn’t help this Borneo native much as it’s now considered critically endangered
Spoiler for Goblin Shark:
looking like your worse deep sea nightmare, the goblin shark is real..
Spoiler for Purple Frog:
looking like The Blob of the frog family, this Indian frog lives underground most of its life… but it just looks… obese..
Spoiler for Pygmy Marmoset:
native of brazil, the marmoset is one of the smallest monkeys on the planet.. aren’t the babies adorable?