We bring in an ultimate chance for you to test yourself and your ability to know hows of the earth. What do you know about the life on the planet?
Guess, what these wonderful yet weird things are and make a note how many of these do you identify right?
(We have mentioned the answers right below the images. No peeking, though!)
Images via BBC
This is a spider beetle, an insect named after its resemblance to the spiders. Belonging to the genus Gibbium, this beetle lives in Tucson, Arizona in the US.
This is a close up portrait of a Dalmatian pelican, a sea bird living on Lake Kerkini, Greece.
You may put this in your tea or cereal. It is sugar.
This is a treehopper on a leaf, photographed in South America.
This is an abstract image taken by the satellite and shows a conical pit on the side of Pavonis Mons, a giant shield volcano on Mars.
I know you'll call it a fish but look closely and tell me what kind of a fish do you think it is? It is a paddle flap scorpionfish camouflaged against a rubber slope under the sea in Bitung, North Sulawesi, Indonesia.
An unusual image of a lizard. This image was acquired using micro Computed Tomography.
This is a sea spider photographed on a Coral on the island of Borneo.
This is the human brain, the picture is showing the pattern of fibres within the brain's white matter, which is responsible for transmitting nerve signals.
It is a close- up of the mouth and other underside structure of a stingray.
This is a fat tissue. The image shows fat cells surrounded by fine strands of supportive connective tissue.
A porpoise foetus was collected from a pregnant Harbour porpoise that was herself already deceased.
It's a Chameleon placed on a branch.
It is the head of a tapeworm esp. a dog tapeworm that has dogs and horses as its host. The hooks at the tip are used to anchor the worm to its host.
This is species of Dumbo or flapjack octopus. These octopuses are deep water species.
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