Added on: 12th Mar 2015
These deep sea creatures are closely related to sea cucumbers
and can easily be found living in groups of over 1,000 or more
on the ocean floor.
Coming from Ankara, Turkey these hairy rabbits were popular pets
among French royalty in the 1700s and they are often bread for
their immense wool coats.
One of the larger dog breeds, it is covered with curly hair that
somewhat resembles dreadlocks. They don’t shed very much
though, and are actually quite agile!
Taking ugly to the extreme, these fish live in deep waters off the
Australian coast. Adept at living in high pressures they don’t have
much muscle and just feed on anything edible that floats by.
It’s not hard to see where this rodent gets its name as its cheeks
extend all the way back to its shoulders.
Found all over the world, these masters of disguise can grow to be
over a foot in length.
In spite of its looks this is an extremely productive breed of goose
as females can lay over 60 eggs during the season.
With huge eyes and elongated tarsus bones these guys have been
known for their death defying leaps between tree branches,
even catching birds mid-flight.
Resembling seaweed, this creature can be found off the coast of
Australia but only if you are really looking for it!