Is it really not an alien creature?

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There are millions of unique species on earth, and new animals are discovered every year. So for ordinary people, many rare creatures are no¬†different from “alien visitors”. Here’s a part of it:

Venezuelan poodle moth
In 2009, Venezuela discovered that the head, chest, abdomen and even wings had poodle fur.

 

Glaucus atlanticus
Also known as blue dragon, it can be found in warm waters of the ocean, and its stomach is full of gas.

 

Low streaked Island Hedgehog
Found in Madagascar, Africa, is the only known mammal that uses friction to make sounds.

 

Dumbo octopus
The umbrella Octopus discovered all over the world, its name comes from Disney’s movie of the same name.

 

Red-lipped Batfish
In Galapagos Islands, this kind of fish is not very good at swimming. It uses pectoral fins to walk on the bottom of the ocean.

 

TubeEyed fish
A fish that lives about 600 meters to 800 meters deep, almost motionless in water, with transparent heads and tubular eyes.

 

Tufted deer
Found in Central China, it is a small deer, characterized by a cluster of black hair on the forehead and male canines.

 

Scarus coeruleus
This bright blue fish can be found in the tropical and subtropical areas of western the Atlantic and in the shallow waters of the Caribbean. They spend 80% of their time looking for food and eating small organisms found in sand and algae.

 

The Panda Ant
Although it looks like an ant, it is actually a winged wasp. The female has a thick fur, but it has no wings.

 

Typhlopidae
About one meter long, without eyes, can’t see things. It has a very close relationship with salamanders and frogs. People prefer to call it a “penis snake”

 

Sunda Colugo
Originating in Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore. Actually, it is not a lemur. It is active at night and feed on plants.

 

Japanese spider crab
In the waters near Japan, the length of the arthropod is as long as 5.5 meters. Although it looks fierce, it is mild

 

Honduran white bat
It has a unique white fur and a leaf like nose. It lives in the “tent” formed by leaves.

 

Star nosed mole
The nose is very sensitive and highly recognizable in wet northern lowlands of North America.

 

Sage antelope
Living on the Eurasian steppe, it is known for its extremely large and flexible long nose and is now critically endangered.

 

Irrawaddy dolphin
A marine dolphin found in the bay of Bengal and Southeast Asia is characterized by its distinctive beak.

 

Sea pig
Sea cucumber, which lives at the bottom of the deep sea, is usually more than 1000 meters deep. They get food by extracting organic particulates from deep sea mud.

 

Atheris hispida
Venomous snakes from Central Africa. Because they are very much like the back scales of dragons.

 

pacu fish
It has square straight teeth, very similar to human teeth. Unlike cannibalism, it mainly feeds on plants.

 

Blobfish
Deep sea fishes, which are mainly gelatinous substances, are slightly less dense than water, enabling them to float on the seabed without consuming swimming energy.

 

Goblin shark
Known as “living fossil”, it is the only extant representative of Paleontology in about 125 million years. It lives in a depth of more than 100 meters, so it has nothing to do with ordinary humans.

 

Narwhal
The whale has huge teeth and is found in the Arctic. Inuit people have used their meat and teeth for thousands of years.

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