Saturday, January 1, 2011

13 strange creatures and unique

1. Thorny Devil

for DEVIL:
This animal is also called Moloch, or the devil of the mountain. Dr. John Gray, who discovered these reptiles, takes its name from the Canaanite god (Moloch), who had sacrificed anak2. It can grow to 8 inches and is a non-aggressive animals. He has the ability to absorb water through their skin.

2. Narwhal

Spoiler for Narwhal:

These animals are very rarely seen. Narwhal means corpse whale, so named for the bluish color of his skin and blotchy. These animals are very similar to the Unicorn and has 2 upper teeth. These teeth will grow to 7-10 feet, but its usefulness is still unknown.

3. Proboscis Monkey

Spoiler for MONKEY:

Monkey nose males of this species will grow to over 3 inches. The longer the nose, he would attract more female monkeys. The nose is also to amplify the sound when the danger of approaching, or when the male becomes aggressive.They live in Borneo, and only the tail remaining in 3000-4000.

4. Cassowary

Spoiler for CASSOWARY:

These animals are able to perform bone-smashing kick to defend itself from threats, and is the third largest bird in the world. He is the most dangerous bird in the world, and can kill people if cornered.

5. Long-eared Jerboa

Spoiler for JERBOA:

These animals are nocturnal animals (wah really a cave) or rat-like rodent, with a long tail, long legs hidden that is used for jumping, and very long ears. I was so scarce, these animals expressed as satu2nya member of the genus and subfamily Euchoreutes Euchoreutinae. The shape is unique bener2 ya gan ...

6. Oreo Dory

Spoiler for Oreos:

These animals are found in the waters of New Zealand and Australia and can live up to a depth of up to 4200 feet. They have been documented to live to 100 years, and this figure is phenomenal for a fish. They mostly eat plankton and crustaceae.

7. Pangolin (anteater)

Spoiler for pangolin:

Although it looks like reptiles, this animal is classified as mammals. There are 3 types of anteaters: tree pangolin, pangolin ground, and giant anteater. They are in Africa. When frightened, they will roll itself to defend itself. Tau is yes, how rich anteater, hehehe ...

8. Carrier Shell

Spoiler for SHELL:

These animals belong to the class of molluscs, and decorate your own shell by selecting some other shells, rocks, or other kepingan2, and paste it into the shell itself. There are 22 species, and each species likes to decorate their shells with benda2 he likes.

9. Whorl-Tooth Shark

Spoiler for SHARK:

These animals lived more than 250 million years ago, and now extinct. Its length can reach lengths of 13 feet. The lower teeth similar to a chainsaw, while the tooth next to it only contains a little tooth.

10. Bongo Antelope

Spoiler for Antelope:

They are a species of deer, which is undifferentiated from the form of horns. They are the largest forest antelope. In the place of origin in Africa, local residents do not hunt because it is believed that the deer meat would give them misery. But this kijang2 hunted for sport, and this species has been classified as an endangered species.

11. Philippine Tarsier

Spoiler for Tarsier:

They are one of the smallest animal in the world. Their eyes are very large, and use are like a nighvision when hunting prey. These animals are considered endangered animals.

12. Yeti Crab

Spoiler for YETI:

No one knows the usefulness of rambut2 lining the claws. In theory, this rambut2 may be useful to trap bacteria and then filter out racun2.

13. Okapi

Spoiler for Okapi:

(Okapia johnstoni) is a mammal of the Ituri Rainforest in central Africa. Although these animals have the same skin with zebra stripes, Okapi has perkerabatan closer to the giraffe. Resemblance to the zebra and giraffe suggests the existence of a cross between the two, but despite the existence of certain characteristics in common, these animals are not closely related to zebra. Animals originating from the Ituri Rain Forest in northeastern Democratic Republic of the Congo is only known by locals in 1901.

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