10 Most amazing animals

1. Tattoo pig

The tattoo pig is a verry rare animal. It is an omnivore animal.

2. Kiwi bird

The Kiwi bird, of the order Apterygiformes-Ratitae, occurs only in New Zealand. Although primarily a bird of New Zealand’s native forests, kiwis also live in scrub and native grasslands. Because the kiwi is a semi-nocturnal, secretive bird, few New Zealanders have seen their national bird in the wild.

3. Flying Gurnard

Sounding more like a circus act, the flying gurnards are easily recognized by their large, wing-like pectoral fins. Contrary to their name, they do not actually fly. Their large fins help them to swim low over the sand as they search for food. Flying gurnards are found in the shallow water reefs along the eastern coast of North America, from Massachusetts to the Caribbean.

4. Leafy Sea Dragon

The leafy sea dragon is a rather unique species of seahorse. This fish has evolved an elaborate system of camouflage by growing leafy extensions on its body that resemble seaweed. They can often be found floating in clumps of seaweed. They feed mainly on small shrimps. Leafy sea dragons are found in the waters of southern and western Australia where they feed mainly on plankton and algae

5. Tasmanian Wolf

The Tasmanian Wolf was not a wolf nor a tiger. It was a marsupial, related to kangaroos.

6. Okapi

The okapi looks like it might be part zebra and part giraffe. In fact, it is related to the giraffe, though it is only about five feet high at the shoulder and has a much shorter neck. A mammal, it has a red-brown body and dazzling white stripes on its legs and bottom.

7. Mushroom Scorpionfish

Scorpionfishes are characterized by their bizarre appearance and the numerous spines that cover their bodies. Similar to the lionfish, these spines contain venom strong enough to cause a very painful wound and even more serious injury to those who may have allergic reactions. The strange appearance of the scropionfish helps conceal them as they wait to ambush their prey.

8. Bilby

These cute little animals are an endangered species.Bilby 's don't drink water, they get enough from the food they eat. They sleep during the day in deep burrows and forage at night and are found mostly throughout the arid, dry areas of Australia.

9. Atlantic Puffin

Taken in mid-August, on Machias Seal Island off the northern coast of Maine. Accessible only by tour boats, the island permits landing only in reasonably calm weather, for brief stays using blinds

10. Intermediate Egret

The Intermediate Egret is a medium-sized (56-72 cm), white egret with a yellow bill, yellow iris and black legs and feet. The bare facial skin at the gape terminates below the eye, whereas in the similar but larger Great Egret, it extends slightly behind the eye.

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