For those who think that they have seen everything in this life, and nothing will surprise them with anything. In the depths of the sea, the forests of Madagascar and the African savannas live animals of a very exotic appearance. For a photographer, these outlandish animals are just a godsend. And for a user who accidentally stumbles upon a picture on the network – a real puzzle: Photoshop or reality?
Nature itself worked on the creation of these strange animals. No photoshop. Here are photos of 20 of the strangest, but very real animals on Earth, the existence of which you may not even have guessed.
She seems as surprised as the photographer.
The fish is marine but easily tolerates the aquarium.
Its muzzle ends in a beak-like outgrowth, and its long jaws can protrude far. The shark is pink because the blood vessels show through the translucent skin.
This insect, despite the name, is not actually an ant, but a German wasp.
This beetle needs a thorn to cut the shoots of plants from which it feeds.
Lowland streaked tenrec
Makes chirping sounds like a rattlesnake.
A butterfly from the hawk family.
One of the most beautiful but poisonous marine inhabitants in the world.
This predator is capable of striking with its claws with the force of a 22 caliber bullet.
Venezuelan horned moth
A recently discovered species of moths.
The fish of the piranha family is distinguished by teeth that are surprisingly similar to human ones.
This representative of crustaceans is constantly in a state close to hibernation and may not eat for several years without harm to health.
It differs from other antelopes in an excessively large and mobile nose.
It has an unusually curved structure of scales, which gives it a bristly appearance.
The family includes about 80 species. All fish have a very bright and beautiful color.
The only species of purple frogs.
Or a royal heron
Despite the fact that the okapi is more like horses in constitution and color, they belong to the giraffe family.
Narwhals have only 2 upper teeth. The left one develops in males into a tusk up to 3 m long.
The lizard got its name from the pagan deity Moloch, to whom, according to legend, human sacrifices were brought.