|After The Most Unusual and Unknown Creatures, I once again give you Mother Nature at work...
|Australian Peacock Spider|
|The Tardigrade (also known as Waterbears or Moss Piglets) is a small, water-dwelling, segmented extremophile with eight legs. Extremophiles, as the name suggests, live in extreme environments in terms of temperature, pressure, toxicity and radiation.|
|The Ankole-Watusi is a breed of cattle originally native to Africa. Its large, distinctive |
horns can reach up to 8 feet from tip to tip and are used for defense. They weigh from
900 to 1,600 pounds.
|The Surinam Toad (Pipa pipa) lives in the Forests and marshes of South America. It has no|
tongue or teeth.
|The Star-Nosed Mole (Condylura cristata) is a small mole found in wet low areas of |
eastern Canada and the northeastern United States
|The Bone-Eating Snot Flower (Osedax mucofloris) found in deep ocean waters bore |
through the bone of whale carcasses to feast on the lipids
|The Tentacled Snake (Erpeton tentaculatum) is a rear-fanged aquatic snake native to |
South-East Asia that can stay underwater for up to 30 minutes before coming up for air
The Most Unusual and Unknown Creatures