Top 10 Strange Animals Freak Of Nature
The world is filled with exotic wildlife. There are a lot of species that are lesser known to the general public and interesting to learn more about. Today, we come up with a fascinating list, Top 10 Strange Animals Freak Of Nature.
The Silkie is a breed of chicken named for its atypically fluffy plumage, which is said to feel like silk. The breed has several other unusual qualities, such as black skin and bones, blue earlobes, and five toes on each foot, whereas most chickens only have four. They are often exhibited in poultry shows, and appear in various colors.
9. Sunda Flying Lemur
The Sunda flying lemur , also known as the Malayan flying lemur or Malayan colugo, is a species of colugo. Until recently, it was thought to be one of only two species of flying lemur, the other being the Philippine flying lemur which is found only in the Philippines. The Sunda flying lemur is found throughout Southeast Asia in Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore.
The dhole is a canid native to Central, South and Southeast Asia. Other English names for the species include Asiatic wild dog, Indian wild dog, whistling dog, red wolf , red dog, and mountain wolf. It is genetically close to species within the genus Canis, though its skull is convex rather than concave in profile, it lacks a third lower molar.
The markhor is a large species of wild goat that is found in northeastern Afghanistan, northern and central Pakistan, Kashmir, southern Tajikistan and southern Uzbekistan.
6. Snub-nosed Monkey
Amongst the amazing monkeys, Snub-nosed monkeys are a group of Old World monkeys, live in various parts of Asia. They get their name from the short stump of a nose on their round face, with nostrils arranged forward. They have relatively multicolored and long fur, particularly at the shoulders and backs. They grow to a length of 51 to 83 cm with a tail of 55 to 97 cm.
5. Raccoon Dog
The Raccoon Dog, or Tanuki, is a canid indigenous to East Asia. One of the unique dogs, it’s the only extant species in the genus Nyctereutes. It is named for its resemblance to the raccoon (Procyon lotor), to which it is not closely related. They are very good climbers and regularly climb trees.
4. Maned Wolf
The maned wolf is the largest canid of South America. Its markings resemble those of foxes, but it is not a fox, nor is it a wolf, as it is not closely related to other canids. It is the only species in the genus Chrysocyon.
The gerenuk, also known as the Waller’s gazelle, is a long-necked species of antelope, found in habitats with woody vegetation, especially dry, flat thornbush and thickets. It avoids very dense woodlands and very open habitats. Founded in Eastern Africa, Gerenuks have a relatively small head for their body, but their eyes and ears are proportionately large. Only the males have horns and they also have a more muscular neck than females. Both sexes have ruddy brown coats with a paler underbelly . They have short, black tipped tails.
2. Amazonian Royal Flycatcher
The Amazonian royal flycatcher is a passerine bird of the tyrant flycatcher family. Depending on authority, it is often considered the nominate subspecies of the single widespread royal flycatcher, or considered a species closely related to three other royal flycatchers, the northern royal flycatcher, the Pacific royal flycatcher, and the Atlantic royal flycatcher.
1. Zebra Duiker
The zebra duiker is a small antelope found in the Ivory Coast and other parts of Africa. They have gold or red-brown coats with distinctive zebra-like stripes, dark markings on their upper legs, and russet faces. They grow to 90 cm in length, 45 cm in height, and 20 kg in weight. Their prong-like horns are about 4.5 cm long in males, and half that in females. They live in lowland rain forests and mostly eat leaves and fruit.