FC: The 10 strangest animals in the world
1: FRILL-NECKED LIZARD | It has been called like this by the steering wheel that goes around his neck. It can't fly but it makes long jumps. Also it uses his steering wheel like a blanket to keep his temperature.
2: Tarsier | Tarsiers are primates with enormous eyes and long feet. Mainly they're insectivores and they can also feed of snakes and birds. To hunt birds, they jump tree to tree until they capture them.
3: AYE-AYE | You can find it in Madagascar. Its teeth are like rodent ones and a very long finger that use to feed. It's a nocturnal animal and also it's endangered.
4: This primate are bald and has a very peculiar face, and especially very red. As if it had remained sleeping in the beach in summer. | UAKARI | They are really ugly!
5: AXOLOTL | The Axolotl is type of salamander. The species come from of the lakes of the city of Mexico. They are used for the scientific investgation because it has the hability to regenerate parts of his body.
6: These charming deep sea octopus get their common name from their paired fins that look like elephant ears. They are found to considerable depths - one was sighted at 7,000m, the deepest depth of any cephalopod. | DUMBO OCTOPUS
7: He's more distintive feature is the bis and exellent nose of the male. The aim of his enormous nose is confuse but people suggest that is a result of the sexual selection. Females prefers males with a big nose | POBOSCIS MONKEY
8: The sea dragon's snout is generally longer than seahorses' snouts. Leafy sea dragons have ornamental appendages that give the appearance of attached leaves. These appendages act as a camouflage so that the animal seems to blend into or look like a plant. | LEAFY SEA DRAGON
9: The Pygmy Marmoset is a monkey native to the rainforest canopies of western Brazil, southeastern Colombia, eastern Ecuador, and eastern Peru. It is one of the smallest primates, and the smallest monkey. Pygmy marmosets have special chisel-like teeth which they use to dig out tree bark, to get at the sweet sap underneath. | PYGMY MARMOSET
10: EMPEROR TAMARIN | The Emperor Tamarin is a tamarin allegedly named for its resemblance to the German emperor Wilhelm II. It lives in the southwest Amazon Basin, in east Peru, north Bolivia and in the west Brazilian states of Acre and Amazonas.