20 Animal Images That Truly Live, Even Though You Don't Assume It

Nature is full of unexpected mysteries. Many of the animals on Earth are familiar to humans, yet some of these creatures appear so bizarre that we doubt they exist. Each has distinct physical qualities that set it apart from the others. Some need to conceal themselves in their environment to avoid predators or seek prey while others have amazing night vision and an acute sense of smell. There are so many animals on the planet that we don't know them all. Let's have a look at some photographs of strange animals.

1. The fierce harpy is common in South America.

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2. The visored bat is mostly found in South America.

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3. South American lizard called the mata mata.

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4. The dugong can only be found in the Indian Ocean.

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5. The Spider-Man lizard from Kenya.

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6. The Mongolian and Chinese long-eared herboise is a rodent.

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7. The Hammerhead worm is primarily found across the majority of the United States and Europe.

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8. The damascene goat.

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9. Calliostoma annulatum is a type of sea snail found in Alaska and Baja California.

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10. Budapest's pigeon.

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11. Africa is home to the tortoise frog.

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12. Madagascar's snake with a leaf-shaped nose.

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13. The common moon butterfly of the southern, United States.

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14. Babiroussa is a resident of the Indonesian Islands.

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15. Hedgehogs from Mexico.

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16. With a golden chrysalis, the butterfly is known as "tiger's wins" (Latin America).

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17. The Budgett's frog, which is native to Bolovia and Paraguay.

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18. Honey ants from Mexico.

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19. Markia, the hedgehog grasshopper from Central and South America.

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20. The amazon flycatcher is a type of bird.

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