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Top Ten Most Weirdest Animals

Purple Frog Goes Underground
Purple Frog Goes Underground

It is hands-down one of the most ugliest creatures on the planet, but the purple frog has a lot more to it than what meets the eye. The facts about this burrowing frog will give you a rough picture of the amazing species that it is.

Self-Poisoning Birds
Self-Poisoning Birds

Abnormal plumage, malformation of beaks, unusual shape and of course infrequency in appearance makes some species of birds so strange. Some of them also shows weird habits in diet, flight, and mating. Here the list of 10 most strange looking birds in the world.

Calico Lobster
Calico Lobster

European lobsters are close relatives of the American animal. Most American lobster shells ... A Calico Lobster at ... it would have been very strange to buy ...

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"Sushi" Armadillo
"Sushi" Armadillo

11 Of The Strangest Animals In The World ... This is a list of some of the weirdest animals that I know about. 1. Pink Fairy "Sushi" Armadillo. These little guys are the smallest species of armadillo in the world, and they can even fit into the palm of your hand. Although not many of them have been weighed, those that have been weigh in at less than a pound, making them extremely light. They ...

Downtown Coyotes
Downtown Coyotes

Coyote by Jitze Couperus cc2.0 Famous for its piercing howl, the coyote is one of the fastest terrestrial animals in North America, reaching speeds of up to 40 miles (65 kilometers) per hour. It is a close relative of the wolf.

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Dancing Frogs
Dancing Frogs

While other animals are known to be bioluminescent, this is the first documented case of a glowing reptile in the wild. According to diver David Gruber, an associate professor of biology at Baruch College, the hawksbill sea turtle’s shell glowed both red and green, but it’s likely that the red came from biofluorescent algae.

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Toxic "Toupee" Caterpillar
Toxic "Toupee" Caterpillar

Toxic ‘Toupee’: Explaining the Most Venomous Caterpillar in the U.S. This furry puss caterpillar can cause more pain than a bee sting. A puss caterpillar feeds on a winged elm leaf.

Black Sea Devil
Black Sea Devil

A team using a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) in the Monterey Bay Canyon spied this 3.5-inch-long (9 centimeter) black sea devil about 1,900 feet (580 meters) deep. The scientists were then able to bring her up to the surface alive—no mean feat—and have been monitoring the fish ever since.