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10 Bizarre Animals It May Be Hard To Believe Exist

by BuzzFeed 1:27 mins

10 Bizarre Animals It May Be Hard To Believe Exist

by BuzzFeed 1:27 mins

1) The tarsier, which can be found on the Phillipine island of Bohol, has eyes as big as its brain. 2) The axolotl's name means "water monster." It is also known as "The Mexican Walking Fish." 3) The male tufted deer, found in central China and northeastern Myanmar, grows fangs. 4) The large, herbivorous, and pig-like tapir can be found in jungle and forest regions of South America, Central America, and Southeast Asia. 5) The sea slug glaucus atlanticus has both male and female genitalia, and is sometimes called the sea swallow, blue angel, blue glaucus, blue dragon, blue sea slug and blue ocean slug. It can be found in East and South Coast of South Africa, European waters, the east coast of Australia and Mozambique. 6) The antelope species of gerenuk is known for its giraffe-like neck and can be found in the Horn of Africa and the African Great Lakes region. 7) The jawless fish called the lamprey attach to prey and suck their blood. They can be found in coastal and fresh waters, excluding Africa. 8) Native to Madagascar, the aye aye is the world's largest nocturnal primate. 9) Native to Japan, the Japanese "raccoon dog" the tanuki won fame in Super Mario 3. 10) The sea cucumber communicates using hormone signals and can be found on the sea floor worldwide.

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