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IN OMG! ON 14 Jun, 2015
Nature is bizarre and we often see it's examples around us. It's everywhere with strange animals, cannibal plants and entirely new species of organisms. Here, we bring you the 10 most bizarre animals of all time which will make you doubt your eyes and pretty much, blow your mind.
What comes first on this list is a dang bizarre creature who has survived the wrath of earth since 125 million years and chooses to stay at a depth of 330 feet below the ocean's surface, so we're safe. The Goblin Shark is more than just a shark, because it sure looks as much a nightmare to you as much to me.
The fact that it looks like a creation of the Disney Studio is more amusing than the fact that it's an Octopus. Strange, yes. Adorable, totally!
Look at those stronger-than-colgate-ad teeth. I wasn't surprised when I found that this fish is honorably called 'Ball Cutter'. Swimming, anyone?
Although it looks like a talented kid's cartoon sketch just after smoking a spliff, it isn't. It's God's own creation and eats more prawns per year than we can even think of.
If that is it's nose, I have grounds to believe my crooked nose is still beautiful. And if those are it's substitute for hands, the demon from Insidious can call his own hands beautiful as well. This odd creature is making everyone happy!
This totally reminds me of an uncle I have who is always unhappy with everything I do.
The stripes are those of like a Zebra, but the animal belongs to the Giraffe family. But does anyone else besides me find it like a Hyena too? Damn this animal is a mixture gone awry!
I don't know what similarity it holds with a turtle but this creature looks bizarre as hell. Also, you can observe that one of it's front legs is longer than the other which means it is anatomically odd as well. WEIRD!
I know what you're wondering, but no. This isn't photoshop. You cannot blame nature for the shape it has taken. This snake has a broad head and no, I am not playing a pun!
It took me a while to figure out what part is used as what, but I'm still skeptical about the sea pig's anatomy.
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