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17+ exotic animals that seem to have come from another planet

The animal world goes beyond what most of us know. There are so many species spread throughout all regions of the planet that it is almost impossible to know them all. In this list, you will meet 20 amazing species that are not well known by the public, but that you need to know!

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1. Thorny devil, a natural lizard from Australia, which can reach 21cm in length.

2. Sea cucumber, common in Asia.

 

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3. Euconocephalus thunberg, also known as “pink grasshopper”.

4. Paranabóia, species of snake endemic to Central America and northern South America.

 

 

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5. This is the flying dragon, a species of natural lizard from Southeast Asia, which has the ability to glide and fly.

 

 

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6. Fulgoridae.

 

7. This beetle, known as the “golden beetle”, is found mainly in North America. It is a very small insect, measuring around 14mm.

 

8. Gonepteryx rhamni , a moth typical of Asia and some parts of Europe.

 

9. Golden monkey, native to the woods and mountains of China.

 

 

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10. Trilobite beetle.

 

11. Thysanostoma loriferum.

 

 

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12. Leaf bug, insect with incredible ability to camouflage.

13. Tonkin’s snub-nosed-macaque.

 

 

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14. Asian cicada.

 

15. Pangolin, a very common mammal in Asia. It is an animal with an almost prehistoric appearance, reminiscent of creatures that lived many years ago.

 

16. Portuguese caravel.

17. Gasteracantha falcicornis.

 

 

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18. Soldier locust, also known as Brazilian locust, due to its peculiar coloration.

19. Poodle moth, originally from Venezuela, discovered in 2009.

20. Saiga.

 

 

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21. Blue tarantula.

22. Narval.

 

 

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23. Hunting Spider, a true master of disguise.

 

 

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