Our earth is a home of numerous living beings with a large wonderful creatures and species of Flora and Fauna. And among those many of us don’t give a shit about the diversity of animals’ species that reside on the Earth.
You might get stunned to see the animals that really exist on our planet that you haven’t heard or seen before. Scientist and researches keep on discovering new species of fauna every year and also confesses that the modern science is not aware with all existing animals on the earth.
Now let’s have a close look at the nature’s amazing creatures and animals, which you might not have seen before.
The “Daubentonia madagascariensis” generally known as Aye-aye are similar to that of a rodent and it can be also called as lemur. It’s the only member of the Daubentoniidae family that exist on the planet. Aye-aye is only found in the islands of Madagascar. You would be stunned to know that the aye-aye has the skill to extract food from the tree trunks by using their fingers. This is a very inimitable feature of Aye-aye.
The “Euchoreutes naso” also known as Jerboas are a very interesting species of rodents that are capable enough to reside in both hot and cold deserts. They have a very sharp hearing power, which is their additional benefit to protect themselves from being prey of others. Jerboas are mainly found in North America, Manchria and northern part of China.
3. Blob Fish
Native of the deep waters off the coasts of mainland Australia and Tasmania, as well as the waters of New Zealand, Blob fish (Psycholutesmarcidusis) are a jellylike mass with a density slight lower than water. Perhaps it’s unfair to judge a fish out of water.
4. Superb Bird of Paradise
The superb bird-of-paradise (Lophorina superba) also known as “Smiley Bird of Paradise” is one of the most spectacular and colorful groups of birds in the world. It belongs to the Paradisaeidae family. It is the only member in the genus Lophorina. This awesome creature is found throughout the rainforest of New Guinea.
5. Irrawaddy Dolphin
The Irrawaddy dolphin (Orcaella brevirostris), is a euryhaline species of oceanic dolphin. Able to acclimatize to a wide range of salinities, this dolphin is found in intermittent subpopulations near coasts and in estuaries and rivers in parts stretching from the Bay of Bengal to New Guinea and the Philippines. This species enjoys the highest level of international protection.
6. Glass Frog
The Glass Frog are the members of amphibian family Centrolenidae. These frogs are very weird and fascinating amphibians on our planet. These frogs are also called as “see-through-frog” because of its unique translucent skin on their bellies through which you can see their digestive track. Glass Frogs are mainly found in Central and South America.
7. Leaf Insect
The Leaf Insect (Phyllium philippinicus) also called” as walking leaf” is an insect in the order of stick insects (phasmida) that looks like a leaf. Leaf Insect is included in the most remarkable leaf mimics in the entire animal kingdom. This insect is mainly found in Australia.
8. The Red Lipped Bat Fish
Common in the deep water of the Galapogos Islands and Costa Rica, the red lipped batfish (Ogcocephalus porrectus) are poor swimmers despite of a fish.
Their oddy shaped pectoral fins, that more guises like legs allows them to walk along the ocean floor where they suckle on the small fish and crustacians. This fish possess ruby-red lips, which scientist think, are used by the fish to attract their mates.
9. The Frilled-Neck Lizard
The frilled-nect lizard (Chlamydosaurus kingii), also known as the frilled dragon received its name from its large frill around its neck, while usually stays folded against the lizard’s body. The frilled lizard are mainly found in northern Australia and southern New Guinea.
10. Pink Fairy Armadillo
The Pink Fairy Armadillo (Chlamyphorus truncatus) also known as “pichiciego” is the smallest species of armadillo that measure only 5-6 inches in length. It is the only armadillo with the dorsal shell almost completely separated from the body. The Pink Fairy Armadillo inhabits dry grasslands and sandy plains of Argentina.