15 Most Weird Animals Of This World

Lets have a view on the 15 most weird animals present in this world for real which you may have never seen. Some of these will make you freak out so buckle up!!!!

#15: The Blobfish

When it comes to ugly animals, the Blobfish certainly takes the cake. The blobfish (Psychrolutes marcidus) is a deep sea fish of the family Psychrolutidae. The Blobfish is so ashamed of its own appearance, that it is rarely ever seen by human beings and prefers to hide in the deep waters off the coasts of mainland Australia and Tasmania.


#14: Wattle Cup Caterpillar

The Wattle Cup Caterpillar (Calcarifera ordinata) is a moth of the Limacodidae family. It is widespread in northern Australia, south to Geraldton, Alice Springs and Brisbane. We’ve heard that this quirky caterpillar has a potent sting that is more painful than three wasp stings at once!


#13 Andean Cock-Of-The-Rock

The Andean Cock-of-the-rock (Rupicola peruvianus) is a medium-sized passerine bird of the Cotinga family native to Andean cloud forests in South America. It is widely regarded as the national bird of Peru. The weirdest thing you may recognize is you cant find a beak and that remains a big question.

Andean cock of the rock

#12 The Bald Uakari

The bald uakari (Cacajao calvus) or bald-headed uakari is a small New World monkey characterized by a very short tail; bright, crimson face; a bald head; and long coat. The bald uakari is restricted to várzea forests and other wooded habitats near water in the western Amazon of Brazil and Peru. He’s so ashamed of his patchy head of hair that he’s forever blushing with embarrassment!

Bald Uakari

#11: The Ctenophora

Ctenophora (commonly known as comb jellies) is a phylum of animals that live in marine waters worldwide. Their most distinctive feature is the “combs”, groups of cilia they use for swimming, and they are the largest animals that swim by means of cilia.

The Ctenophora

#10: The Devil’s Tooth Fungus

Before you lick your lips and start craving a jam donut – be warned, this is actually a Devil’s Tooth Fungus – Yikes! This species is commonly found across North America and Europe.

the devil's tooth fungus

#9: The Goblin Shark

The goblin shark (Mitsukurina owstoni) is a rare, poorly known species of deep-sea shark. Sometimes called a “living fossil”, it is the only extant representative of the family Mitsukurinidae, a lineage some 125 million years old. This species is so embarrassed that it hides up to 200 meters under the waters surface.

goblin shark

#8: The Marabou Stork

The Marabou Stork (Leptoptilos crumeniferus) is a large wading bird in the stork family Ciconiidae. It breeds in Africa south of the Sahara, in both wet and arid habitats, often near human habitation, especially waste tips. It is sometimes called the “Undertaker Bird” due to its shape from behind: cloak-like wings and back, skinny white legs, and sometimes a large white mass of “hair.” Marabou Stork will make you look a hundred times, but you still won’t know what the heck it is!


#7: The Pancake Batfish

The pancake batfish, Halieutichthys aculeatus, belongs to the family Ogcocephalidae of batfishes. Their distributrition includes western Atlantic, North Carolina, northern Gulf of Mexico to northern South America. They inhabit a subtropical, sandy, reef-associated, and 45–820 m deep environment. The poor species has to endure constant bullying over its ‘Sunday breakfast’ appearance!

pancake batfish

#6: The Piglet Squid

Piglet squids are approximately the size of a small avocado and they are found at depths of more than 100 meters under sea level.

piglet squid

#5: The Sage Grouse

This bird species is simply too funny! Known as the largest Grouse in North America, this bird not only has a yellow patch over its eye, but the adult male also has two yellow sacs on the neck which are inflated when he is trying to impress the female Sage Grouses!

sage grouse

#4: The Softshell Turtle

The Florida softshell turtle (Apalone ferox) is a species of softshell turtle native to the southeastern United States, and is one of the fastest turtles to move on land. This species is commonly found in Africa, Asia, North America, and Southeast Asia, and they are also known as Pancake Turtles.

softshell turtle

#3: The Sea Pig

The Sea Pig is part of the Sea Cucumber family and they reside in the deeper underwater parts of the ocean.


#2: The Variable Neon Slug

Nembrotha kubaryana, also known as the variable neon slug, is a species of colorful sea slug, a dorid nudibranch, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Polyceridae. The Variable Neon Slug species are found in the tropical Indo-West Pacific, and they are most famous for their neon green, red and orange markings.

variable neon slug

#1: The Sheepshead Fish

The Sheepshead Fish has been found in various parts of the world, from the Mid-Atlantic all the way to Texas. The thing to note about this fish is they have a set of human teeth in their mouth which is just the weirdest thing ever.

Sheepshead Fish

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