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8 facts about chameleons you won’t believe are true!

8 facts about chameleons you won't believe are true! The chameleon is most well-known for its ability to change colour depending on its environment. But that's not all that you'll...
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Top 10 Aye-Aye Facts !

Top 10 Aye-Aye Facts ! With their dark fur, large golden eyes that glow in the dark and unusual looking claws which resemble the overgrown nails of a witch, the...

Pink Fairy Armadillo

The Pink Fairy Armadillo is one of our '25 Weirdest Animals in the World'... View the complete list of 25 weirdest animals. Bizarre Animal - Pink Fairy Epicwildlife present facts, photos and...

Shoebill

The Shoebill is one of our '25 Weirdest Animals in the World'...   View the complete list of 25 weirdest animals. Coolest bird ever! The shoebill disagreeing with its own reflection. Shoebill Stork vs....

Barreleye Fish

Barreleye Fish... This deep-sea fish is one of the most bizarre beings in the sea. It has a transparent head, a snout-like, toothless mouth and large, barrel-like eyes (hence the...
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Angora Rabbit

Angora Rabbit The Angora Rabbits are domestic animals bred solely for their silky, soft wool - so they live throughout the world. They originally came from Ankara, Turkey – the...

Frilled-neck Lizard

The Frilled-neck lizard is one of our '25 Weirdest Animals in the World'... Frilled-neck lizards are featured in the following books: 25 weirdest animals 101 Facts… Lizards! Lizard Running This is a video by...
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Long-beaked Echidna Facts!

Long-beaked Echidna Facts! Long-beaked Echidnas are found in New Guinea and are egg-laying mammals known as monotremes, the duck-billed platypus and the short-beaked echidna are also examples of monotremes. Echidnas’ Spines On...

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