Saturday, September 28, 2013

The Strangest Animals in the World

Aye-aye is a lemur. Found only in Madagascar.

Dumbo Octopus lives in deep ocean from 400 metres to 4,800 metres.

Blobfish lives at 600-1,200 m depth at the Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand waters. It's body is mostly from gelatine. Almost no muscle.

Red Lipped Batfish live in Galapagos Islands. It's a bad swimmer and only walks in the bottom of the ocean.

Blue Dragon lives in the warm waters of the ocean.

Axolotl is a Salamander in Mexico.

Fangtooth Fish live in the Deep Sea (2000-5000 metres).

Gulper Eel's mouth can be open very wide to eat much bigger animal than itself. It's stomach also could stretch to accomodate large meal.

Anglerfish has a special lantern to lure its prey to its mouth. Anglerfish is a Deep Sea fish that could reach 2 meters long.


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