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June 9, 2017

5 Animals You Won’t Believe Actually Exist!




5 Animals You Wont Believe Exist! Description: The animal kingdom is a fascinating spectrum of beasts big and small. You have large predators and the animals that serve as their prey. We all know about the usual suspects such as lions, tigers and bears. However, there are several zoological oddities out there that are equal parts interesting and terrifying. Our furry friends can sometimes be straight out of our worst nightmares. Here’s a look at some of the most unbelievable animals in existence. Don’t say we didn’t warn you about the nightmare part, let’s begin: Angora Rabbit Angora rabbits are just like your typical bunny, with the exception of their extremely long, soft fur. The rabbits can grow so much hair that they begin to resemble sentient furballs if they go ungroomed for an extensive period of time. They are prized for their long soft wool, which is used in a number of textile products. With the added bonus of being hypoallergenic, they are great pets. These are actually pretty cute and bring to mind the Looney Tunes episode where Bugs Bunny gets into the hair growth tonic. Lamprey The Lamprey is a nightmare-inducing, bloodsucking, jawless fish that you definitely want to avoid. This eel-like organism is known to invade lakes and streams, sucking the blood out of fish by boring right into their flesh and draining them with their funnel-styled mouths. The visual image makes your skin crawl and the animal itself looks like something straight out of the Alien films. There are over 38 species of Lampreys currently on earth and most researchers believe they have been around since ancient times. Knowing they’ve been around for thousands of years stalking the lakes and seas is much creepier. Japanese Spider Crab The Japanese Spider Crab is the largest crab in the world. It’s long legs give it a unique appearance and combines the armored crab with spiders, one of the most widely feared animals in existence. Many fishermen are wary them due to the serious injuries from their exceptionally strong claws. However, they are usually harmless despite their ferocious looks. They are also masters of disguise, known for adorning themselves with various ocean floor dwellers to blend in. The coolest thing might be the fact they are closest thing to a real life Pokemon, considering it’s a dead ringer for Krabby. Flying Foxes (Megabats) Flying Foxes, also known as Megabats, is the species of some of the largest bats on the planet. As the name would suggest, these bats are the size of small foxes and have wingspans that can reach up to nearly 6 feet. Thankfully, these winged beasts are herbivores. However, they are known to be reservoirs for diseases such as ebola virus. There’s an entire island that houses one of their largest colonies in Australia. They can be seen hanging from trees in large groups. It’s a frightening sight to see, especially when they soar through the air. Mudskipper Mudskippers are a species of fish that are able to move around on land thanks to an incredibly strong pair of fins on the front of their bodies. These fish are able to live on land for days at a time, which isn’t a common characteristic for their species. They are also known to be quite active, even communicating with each other and mating. It’s definitely strange to think of a fish hopping out of the water and running across the land at a quick pace. It’s also a bit unsettling. Imagine a group of them coming out at once.... Nah. Background Music: Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License: http://ift.tt/qdXal7 For copyright matters please contact us: OfficialAmerikano@hotmail.com _________________________________________________________________ Thank you so much for watching! Smash that like button for more, make sure you share the video with your friends and dont forget to subscribe! Make sure to follow me here: https://twitter.com/Top5sFinest

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