Bet you didn’t know these animals existed!
This small animal lives in eastern Canada and the north east of the United States.
This small dear like animal lives around the Ivory Coast.
This cute bird comes from the amazon surprisingly enough
The rabbit of South America.
Completely unrelated to the Raccoon this canid is native to East Asia. I for one certainly wish the Russians start breeding these to make them tame!
Like something out of an alien movie, Lampreys are a jawless fish and have been around for around 300 million years! They can be found all over the world.
Native to China and Myanmar they missed the boat in not calling this the dracula or sabre toothed deer!
Sometimes known as the Malayan flying lemur, this is neither a lemur and it certainly doesn’t fly! Native to South East Asia.
This treehopper has grown an ant on its head so it can confuse predators! Here’s a video of some cool Tree-hoppers from Costa Rica
Native to Central South America (Brazil, northern Argentina, Bolvia and parts of Peru) This cute dog like creature looks a bit like a fox, but its not that related!
Hear it roar!
Living in many parts of Asia the snub-nosed monkey gets its name from the shape of its nose.
These deep sea crabs live at the bottom of the ocean near hydrothermal vents.
This happy looking dolphin is closely releated to the killer whale and can be found around India and South east Asia.
These naked rats are native to Eastern Africa (Ethiopia, Kenya, and Somalia.)
The Gerenuk is a long necked antelope that has a long neck like a giraffe.
The Fossa is native to Madagascar, Although it looks like a cat its actually unique like many Madagascan animals.
This cute little Armadillo is native to Argentina and is very rare.
Native to South Asia the Dhole is a member of the canid family.
A member of the pig family. This animal is native to some Indonesian Islands.