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Fascinating Creatures

Postby PrimalLegion » Fri Aug 03, 2012 10:46 am

(I hope i do not break any rule that i may have overlooked)

Dear Community

I know this topic may not be as scientific as it should be, but i hope you will tolerate it nevertheless.
So the thing is, im searching for all the fascinating, weird and bizarre creatures that are out there in the world. That may be animals that possess special "abilitys" like regeneration (for example, the Axolotl) or that are simply queer looking, like the spiny bush viper. Im really thankfull for every link, picture, page or even name that you provide me.
I also dont mind microbes or plants and furthermore i hope you will fill this topic with lots and lots of intriguing beings.

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Postby JackBean » Fri Aug 03, 2012 10:52 am


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Postby PrimalLegion » Fri Aug 03, 2012 10:57 am

Ah yes, ive seen that one too a few days ago. Sure does look quite interesting huh? ^^ I wonder when they are going to find out more about it.
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Re: Fascinating Creatures

Postby snowball » Sat Sep 01, 2012 3:34 pm

Hi everyone. My extent of zoology is one college course, many years ago.
I am unable to identify this fascinating creature.
It's been bothering me becuase someone in another forum uses it as their
avatar, but doesn't know what it is either:
what-is-this-animal.jpg (3.22 KiB) Viewed 5303 times
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Re: Fascinating Creatures

Postby vk4vfx » Fri Sep 28, 2012 10:36 am

[quote="snowball"]Hi everyone. My extent of zoology is one college course, many years ago.

Not sure if it is just my end but I can't seem to bring the image up to full size? it is only 150x112 anyway, it is really strange looking whatever it is.

I couldn't let this rest as I also would like to know what it is and I think I have the answer below ......

Seapigs live on, or just underneath, the bottom of the ocean and feed on the mud of the seafloor. Scientists haven’t yet worked out how they are such a successful deep-sea creature.

http://www.designswan.com/archives/10-w ... world.html

When I see organisms like this I am automatically skeptical as to their authenticity, but this seapig looks to be the real deal unlike some below where I would say some taxidermist is havin a laugh, it's interesting stuff and I just love myth busting and it is creatures like these that make this world such an interesting place to be.

A few I hunted up quickly below ....

http://www.chilloutpoint.com/images/201 ... ver-01.jpg

http://www.chilloutpoint.com/images/201 ... ver-12.jpg

http://www.chilloutpoint.com/images/201 ... ver-06.jpg

http://funnyblips.com/wp-content/upload ... ver-12.jpg

http://amazingdata.com/mediadata9/Image ... 212711.jpg

http://thecount.com/wp-content/uploads/ ... nama01.jpg
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