15 Most Amazing Animals in the World You Have Never Seen: Images

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Nature is amazing and habitation of a wide variety of animals. There are about 8.7 million (give or take 1.3 million) is the new, estimated total number of species on Earth – out of which 6.5 million species on land and 2.2 million in oceans.  

And I know you have seen most of the animals in your real life or on environment focused TV channels like National Geographic, Discovery or Animal Planet. But there are many incredible animals in the world, you didn’t get the chance to see them. So, right here we brought 15 amazing animal photos that I’m sure you have not seen before.

Top Most Amazing Animal in Pictures

#1 This is the aye-aye is the world’s largest Nocturnal Primate native to Madagascar.

aye-aye nocturnal primate

#2 The leaf-tailed Geckos have large eyes with vertical pupils that are designed to catch bugs at night.


#3 This a Proboscis Monkeys found only be in Borneo.

Proboscis Monkeys

#4 This Greater Sage-grouse has a fluffy, white-collar and 2 yellowish sacs on its chest that are inflated during courtship display.

Greater Sage-grouse

Watch Video: How Greater Sage-grouse performs Body-popping action and dance.

#5 This a Mantis shrimp feed on mollusks, easily breaking their shells with their front legs.

#6 This Kori Bustard is the largest flying bird in the African region.

#7 This an Okapi a hybrid version of horse, giraffe, and zebra.

#8 Narrow-headed marine Softshell Turtles usually come onto the beach only to lay eggs.

#9 This transparent body Glass Frog seems incredible mainly found in South America.

#10 This Cassowary lives in the tropical forests of New Guinea and northeastern Australia.

#11 This Panda-Ants are mainly found in South America.

#12 This Saiga Antelopes are one of the most ancient mammals.

Saiga Antelopes are usually known for their extremely unusual appearance with an over-sized nose, the internal structure of which acts as a filter.

#13 This Red-lipped Batfish found on the Galapagos Islands at a depth of around 100 meters.


#14 This Long-eared Jerboa inhabits the deserts of Mongolia and China.

#15 And finally this is a Persian Cat with Hypertrichosis looks like.


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Images Source: Bright Side Me

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