SHOCKINGLY UGLY ANIMALS
Added on: 28th Feb 2015
Found in a restricted section of the Amazon rain forest in Brazil,
these new world monkeys are our first contestant.
Named after a Chinese prefecture, these floppy eared pigs are
known for their large litters and prolific reproduction.
These critically endangered antelopes live on the desert steppes of
Kazakhstan and Mongolia and are known for their oversized and
Aardvarks are strange enough with their fur.
Commonly known as fruit bats they are the largest bats in the world.
With bald heads, red faces, short tails, and loose hair, these monkeys
have an interesting sense of style.
Along with the platypus this is the only living mammal that lays eggs.
Meaning “iron dog” in English, this breed is found in the eastern
Caribbean. It has almost no hair except for a tuft on the head.
Although they are a rare sight, this nocturnal marsupial will leave ample
evidence of passing as it treats fences as minor inconveniences
and leaves its distinctive cubic faeces everywhere.