Top 10 Weirdest Animals

Welcome to strange-looking creatures that are awe-inspiring.

They are well-suited to a semi-aquatic lifestyle due to a dense, waterproof fur coat, a sleek body, broad flat tail and partially webbed feet.

1. Platypus

Floppy ears and their white coats with Rastafarian like dreadlocks distinguish them.

2. Komondor Dog

The ruff of skin covering the reptiles’ heads and neck is the most distinctive feature of these creatures. Long cartilage spines attach to the jaw bones and support the neck frill’s shape.

3. Frill-necked lizard

In addition to the platypus, the four existing species of echidna are the only living mammals that lay eggs.

4. Echidnas

The Aye-aye is one of the most repulsive but most fascinating animals. They use echolocation to find their way around and can scale trees headfirst.

5. Aye-aye

In contrast to most other species of amphibians, axolotls do not go through metamorphosis to reach adulthood. Adults remain underwater and gilled rather than attempting to leave the water.

6. Axolotl

They get what looks like hair on their thighs and sides when they’re reproducing. The frog’s dermal papillae are not hairs but dermal papillae with arteries that assist the frog in absorbing more oxygen.

7. Hairy frogiet

All known mammals lack the enormous protective plate-like keratin scales found on the skin of pangolins.

8. Pangolin

An endangered species of artiodactyl mammals. Okapis have striped markings similar to those found on zebras, but they are more closely related to giraffes.

9. Okapi

The sponge is a marine invertebrate resembling a plant but is a marine creature. Spongiology, the study of sponges, is a relatively new field.

10. Sponge

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