9. Pink fairy armadillo
10. Red-lipped batfish
Although the red-lipped batfish is a fish, it doesn’t really act like one. It’s fins point downwards allowing them to sit on the seafloor and even appear to walk across it. They are found in the waters around the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador. The reason for the name should be obvious.
11. The Nutcracker
This human-like mouth, including the gold cavity-like filling, actually belongs to a fish! The lips and even plaque on the teeth look so eerily human-like.
Although tarsiers are very shy animals, their constant startled look is from their large eyes which they use at night. They are arboreal, meaning they live in the trees and they feed on insects and lizards. Sadly in captivity tarsiers can become stressed and have a tendency to commit suicide by banging their thin skull against objects.
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