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28 Animals Mother Nature Designed In A Rush And We Are Amazed By The Results

Mother nature is full of creativity when it comes to animals.

You can never challenge mother nature. You can never be a good artist than mother nature. Even though it makes a blunder or designs something in a rush, the results are always amazing. Mother nature has created all kinds of animals and every animal is different from the other. Sometimes nature is in rush and creates something that resembles another animal. A sea slug that looks like a bunny, a sea duck that wears spectacles, a tomato frog whose skin looks like a tomato, a gecko with a leaf-like tail and a cat with a cat print on his face. It looks like a cat came in front of the printer while mother nature was printing this catto. Well, all of them look unique. Today, we have a compilation of 28 animals that mother nature created in a rush but the results are unbelievable. Scroll down and enjoy!


1. This kitten has a mark on his face that looks like another cat.

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2. This is a Spectacled Eider who lives on the coats of Alaska and Siberia.


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3. It is a Jorunna Parva. It resembles a rabbit and is commonly known as a “sea bunny.”


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4. It is a bearded barbet that lives in tropical west Africa. They belong to the African barbet family and eat fruits.


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5. This is Indri, one of the largest living lemurs. They are also known as “babakoto”.


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They live in small family groups and feed on flowers, seeds and fruits. Indris communicate with other groups by roaring and singing.

6. This is a red ruffed lemur.


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Red ruffed lemurs only live in Madagascar. They are the largest members of the Lemuridae family.

7. Tomato frogs are found in Madagascar.


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When they are frightened, they release a gummy substance that contains toxins. The gummy substance would not kill humans but it can cause allergic reactions in humans. When a predator attacks and takes the tomato frog in its mouth, the tomato frog’s skin releases a venomous substance that numbs the predator’s mouth and eyes and eventually the predator leaves the tomato frog. Their life span is 6 to 8 years.

8. This tortoise is known as radiated tortoise and is found in southern Madagascar.


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The recorded lifespan for a radiated tortoise is up to 188 years.

9. This beautiful bird is known as “Andean cock-of-the-rock”.


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It is often known as “Tunki”. It is a large bird of the Cotinga family and is usually found in South America. It is the “national bird of Peru”.

10. This crocodile is called “Gharial”.


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It is also known as a fish-eating crocodile. It has a long and thin snout and 110 sharp teeth.

11. This is a Southern Viscacha, a rodent of the Chinchillidae family.

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These animals have hind legs, long ears, bushy tail and bear a resemblance to rabbits. They live in rocky mountain areas and are found in Peru, Argentina, Bolivia, and Chile.

12. This is a “uroplatus phantasticus”.


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It is also famous by the names “eyelash leaf-tailed gecko” or the “phantastic leaf-tailed gecko”. They live on the island of Madagascar.

13. The Honduran white bat is a species in the Phyllostomatidae family.

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It has bright yellow ears, nose-leaf, and lips. It is also known as Caribbean white tent-making bat because it makes tents out of plant leaves.

14. Tridacna has 4 to 6 fluted folds and weighs more than 550 lb.


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15. This is a Striped possum and found in New Guinea.

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Striped possums are black with three white stripes that start from the head and run through the tail.

16. De Brazza’s monkey is the largest species in the guenon family.


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Male De Brazza’s monkey weighs 7 kilograms, while the female De Brazza’s monkey weighs around 4 kilograms.

17. It is Phasmatodea, also known as a stick insect, stick grasshopper or water stick insect.

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They can be large ranging from 1.5 centimetres to 63 centimetres in length.

18. Von der Decken’s sifaka is found in western Madagascar.


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Its face is completely black and it has a 42-48 centimeters long tail.

19. This is Cerastes cerastes.

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They are also known as Saharan horned viper or the desert horned viper because they have horns on their heads. They are usually found in northern Africa, Levant and Arabian Peninsula. Female Saharan horned vipers are larger than the males.

20. Sea pens bear a resemblance to quill pens.


21. Tettigoniidae are commonly known as “katydids” and “bush crickets”.

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They were also known as long-horned grasshoppers because they resemble grasshoppers.

22. The Ankole-Watusi cows have very large horns and modern American breed of domestic cattle.


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23. This is a black-and-white snub-nosed monkey, also known as the Yunnan snub-nosed monkey.

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They live in the southern Chinese province of Yunnan.

24. This beautiful bird is called the “bearded reedling”.

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It is also known as bearded tit or bearded parrotbill.

25. This is a white-faced saki also known as golden-faced saki.

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They love swinging from one tree to another and usually found in Brazil, French Guiana, Guyana, Suriname and Venezuela.

26. Sarada is a lizard also known as “large fan-throated lizard”.


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27. This is bongo.


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Bongos have a reddish-brown coating with black or white/ yellow-white stripes and long curled horns.

28. This is a golden pheasant, also known as a Chinese pheasant or a rainbow pheasant.

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They are usually found in the mountain areas of western China.

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