Saturday, April 23, 2011

Strangest Animals-Faces Gallery

"Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces Gallery"

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces



Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces
Blobfish

Perhaps one of the most aptly names animals in the world is the Blobfish.  It inhabits the deep waters of the coasts of Australia and Tasmania.  Due to the inaccessibility of it’s habitat, this freaky animal is still largely unknown to the world because it is very rarely ever seen by humans.

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces
YETI CRAB

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces
Thorny Devil Lizard

The Thorny Devil Lizard comes to us from Western Australia, home to many freaky animals.  They grow to be about 8 inches in length and can live up to 20 years.

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces
Axolotl


The Axolotl is classified as “critically endangered” and lives only in a lake beneath Mexico City.  In captivity, this freaky animal eats a variety of readily available foods, including trout and salmon pellets, frozen or live bloodworms, earthworms, and waxworms.  Yummy!

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces
Proboscis Monkey

This freaky animal just makes you want to laugh, is sometimes called the Long-Nosed Monkey, for obvious reasons, but it’s official Indonesian name is Bakantan.  However, the Indonesian nickname is “monyet belanda” meaning Dutch monkey.

They call them this because hen the Dutch colonists were occupying the area, the natives believed all Dutch to have big noses and big bellies.  These monkeys are considered endangered

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces
Sea Dragon

The Sea Dragon is a type of Seahorse found primarily around Australia.  They are very fragile and unstable outside of their natural habitat.  This freaky animal is very popular in alternative medicine

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces

Strangest And Weirdest Animals-Faces
Wrinkle-Faced Bat

This bat is found all over Central America. The wrinkly freaky animal eats fruit but is not technically considered a “fruit bat”. It’s scientific name is derived from the word “senex”, which, quite unsurprisingly means “old people”.

Purple Frog

This frog is mostly found in India, and is also called the Pignose frog. This freaky animal spends most of it’s time underground, and only surfaces for about 2 weeks out of each year, during the monsoon season, and only comes out for the purpose of mating. For this very reason, The Purple Frog escaped the notice of early scientists. Most burrowing frogs like to emerge in order to feed, however, the Purple Frog is different. It feeds mainly underground on termites, foraging with their tongue.