1. The Maned Wolf
What if you cross a Fox and an antelope? Probably something similar to the Maned Wolf. The largest canid of South America, the Maned Wolf has very long, slender legs that seem to be an adaptation to the height of grasslands in their natural habitat.
2 squid with human-like teeth
This deep-sea squid is an extremely rare species, is located in the South of the Atlantic Ocean at a depth of about 2,000 meters (6,500 feet).
3 fish Pacu
The Pacu fish also boasts impressive square teeth. Despite being very similar to the Piranha pacu has the larger body, reaching up to 1 meter in length and 25 kg.
4. the Goblin shark
The Goblin shark, a rare species of sharks on the high seas, sometimes known as the living fossil. It has JAWS that are characterized by their profile with an elongated snout, this surreal creature lived about 125 million years ago.
More closely related to sloths than with any other animal, the Anteaters have up to 1.8 m in length, are easily recognizable mammals with its long snout and its even longer language.
6 shrimp, mantis
Known for its huge and powerful claws, the mantis shrimp is a marine crustacean. The strange shape your body, striking coloration and eye giant, like insects, make the mantis shrimp is one of the strangest animals living on the seabed.
7 spider bird excrement
For many species of animals, the ability to camouflage is vital. Some animals can imitate grass, others may seem barks of trees, etc. This small Australian Spider to be a bird droppings because predators not to eat feces.
8. the town seal
It is found only in the North Atlantic, the town seal is a large animal, typically silver grey, known for its huge nasal cavity stretch of red. Males use the nasal cavity to create strange acoustic signals that produce shaking their heads.
9 Christmas tree worm
If you thought that the only thing missing here was an animal shaped Christmas tree, here it is. Scientifically known as Spirobranchus, Christmas tree worm, is a colorful worm that is distributed in all tropical oceans of the world.
When it comes to crossing different species of animals, there is nothing like the Platypus. Duck-billed, Beaver-tailed, is the only mammal that lays eggs.