1. Venezuelan Poodle Moth
The Venezuelan Poodle Moth is a moth photographed in 2009 by Dr. Arthur Anker of Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, in the Gran Sabana region of Venezuela. The photo posted is absolutely a real moth, it is a fuzzy animal that’s equal parts adorable and terrifying has taken the internet by storm. Enough information still hasn’t been gathered about this month. It has put scientists in a dilemma by just a casual look.
2. Blue Footed Bobby
The blue footed bobby is a marine bird which is found mostly in the tropical and subtropical regions of the eastern pacific ocean, it is one of six species of the genus Sula – known as bobbies. They look bit clumsy and comical on the land, sometimes they hunt alone but most of the time they hunt in groups, their main diet is fish, and according to a survey by Avian, conservation and ecology the numbers of these beautiful seabirds had been dropped to more than 50% in the past 20 years.
The Markhor goat is also known as the screw horn goat. Their horns can grow up to 1.6 m long. It is a species of the wild goat which is found in northeastern Afghanistan, northern and central Pakistan, Northern India, southern Tajikistan and in southern Uzbekistan. It is the National Animal of Pakistan. It was considered as an endangered species until 2015 but their numbers have significantly increased in the last decade. The horns of the Markhor Goat has a corkscrew-like, spiral structures which makes them different from other goats.
4. Patagonian Mara
They are also known as the Patagonian cavy, Patagonian hare or dillaby. They area herbivorous which looks like a cross of hare and kangaroo. Their main diet is green vegetation and fruit.They are mainly found in the open and semi-open habitats in Argentina.
Snub-nosed monkeys are a group of ancient monkeys which had to make up entirely of the genus Rhinopithecus. The genus occurs very rarely, they are found mostly in southern China, northern Myanmar and some other parts of eastern Asia. Their diet is fruit, trees needles and leaves. This species is an endangered species, which was long ago hunted for their fur, but nowadays the decreasing forest is the major concern for this adorable creature.
6. Lemur fly sunda
It is also known as Malaya flying lemon, Kolugosunda or Malaga colugo. Lemur flying sunda is found in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore and some other parts of Southeast Asia. Unlike the name suggests, they are not a lemur and does not fly, they are skilled climbers but helpless when they are on the ground. They can slide as far as 100m with a height loss of just 10 m. Their eyes probably see a lot and they find everything surprising.
The raccoon dog, also known as mangut or tanuki. They are found in eastern part of Asia. It is neither a raccoon nor a dog but it does belongs to the canid family. This wild animal is omnivores that eats reptile, birds, fishes as well as fruits, berries and nuts. They do not bark, instead of it they growl, followed by a long-drawn melancholy whine. Unfortunately, they are brutally slaughtered for their pelts, and sold as “FAUX FUR”
8. fluffy Cow
Basically, it is a cow or bull that has primped and pampered into fluffiness. It needed an entire can of hairspray to make them look good. Their hairy outfit helps them to adapt to different easily, they don’t need specials outfit to go and play out in the snow.They are one of the most adorable creatures but unfortunately, they are being killed to make jackets, t-shirts etc.
9. Emperor Tamarian
This creature looks like a wise old man with an awesome mustache, it is a species of Tamarian allegedly named for its resemblance to the German Wilhelm II. It is found in the southwest Amazon Basin, in east Peru, north Bolivia and in the west Brazilian states of Acre and Amazonas. They behave like monkeys, they are very active, friendly and playful in the wild. Their diet consists of plant matter. They are also known to eat fruit, tree sap, insects etc. Emperor Tamarians are considered to be endangered species in Brazil and Peru, logging by humans is the main reason they are in danger.
10. Mangalitsa Pig
This breed was discovered in the mid 19th century in Hungary. It is a domestic breed of pig. The Mangalista are not genetically engineered in any way. It was developed by the cross-breeding Hungarian breeds from Szalonta and Bakony with European wild boar and the Serbian Sumadija breed. The mangalitsa grows a thick, wooly coat similar to that of a sheep.The Mangalitsa pig is one of the fattiest pig in the world.