I Bet You’ve Never Seen Animals Creepier Than This! Gosh, They Gave Me Goosebumps! Don’t Hesitate To Share This With Your Friends!

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You know how I thought online posts about animals must be adorable and cute? Well, guess I was wrong, animals could be this weird and creepy! God! How I wish I’ve never seen this!

And we’ve show you some odd animals before, but nothing compares to this! OMFG!

Don’t forget to share this with your friends! You might actually freak someone out! LOL

Source: Creepyanimals /iBleeedorange

1. Yoda Bat

Some say the wiseness of Yoda is unparalleled in the universe. Others say bats are just mice with wings and have the intelligence level of a rock. Now there’s a creepy animal that proves everyone wrong: meet the Yoda Bat. This tube-nosed bat was discovered in 2009 during an expedition to a remote mountain range in Papua New Guinea. The bat uses its creepy facial protuberance to locate delicious fruit.

creepy and weird animals. Yoda Bat

creepy and weird animals. Yoda Bat

2. Turtle Frog

The Turtle Frog of western Australia feeds on termites, digging through sand head-first — unusual for a frog but commonplace for a turtle.

creepy and weird animals. Turtle Frog

creepy and weird animals. Turtle Frog

creepy and weird animals. Turtle Frog

3. Striped Hyena

This small hyena species roams the lands of North and East Africa, the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent. Though a nocturnal scavenger by trade, the Striped Hyena has been known to hunt small prey. Despite its nighttime-only activities, humans have insisted on interfering with the hyena population. Today, fewer than 10,000 Striped Hyenas exist, earning them the ‘threatened’ badge. We feel threatened just looking these photos. Makes our hair stand on end.

creepy and weird animals. Striped Hyena

creepy and weird animals. Striped Hyena

4. Marabou Stork

The Marabou Stork is absolutely huge – reaching heights of up to 5 feet, weight of up to 20 lbs. and a wingspan of up to 10 feet across – the largest span of any bird. This stork is also uncannily known as the Undertaker Bird – it wears a black cloak of feathers, the hair-like head feathers “become clotted with blood and other substances when the bird’s head was inside a large corpse.” To keep cool, it defecates on its legs and feet. That is some undertaking.

creepy and weird animals. Marabou Stork

creepy and weird animals. Marabou Stork

5. Shoebill

This large bird is called a shoebill because of its beak. Even though it was already known to ancient Egyptians and Arabs, the bird was only classified in the 19th century.

creepy and weird animals. Shoebill

6. Indian Purple Frog

This gross-looking species of frog only spends two weeks out of the year on the surface of the Earth (which is probably why it looks the way it does).

creepy and weird animals. Indian Purple Frog

7. The Blue Parrotfish

Found in the Atlantic Ocean, this bright blue fish spends 80% of its time searching for food.

creepy and weird animals. The Blue Parrotfish

8. Tarsier

This creepy cutie is the Tarsier. Want to take one home and pet it? Too bad for you. It would rather kill itself. Tarsiers have never been successful in captivity: when caged, they often injure and even commit suicide due to stress. Head-bashing against a hard surface is the preferred method.

Other than that, these nocturnal mammals populate the islands of southeast asia and feast on insects after stunning em’ with their long middle fingers. The third finger is so long, it’s the same length and its forearm. Even creepier, their eyes are fixed in their skulls so they can only look straight ahead. Good thing they can turn their necks 180 degrees.

creepy and weird animals. Tarsier

creepy and weird animals. Tarsier

9. Tapir

This animal is neither Pig nor Rhinoceros nor Elephant – but it is most certainly creepy. Tapirs resemble pigs with four toes and a truncated elephant nose. Their prehensile proboscis serves them well – they’re able to reach foliage otherwise unattainable. These herbivores can be found in the jungles of South/Central America and Southeast Asia though you may encounter some difficulty – all 4 species are currently endangered.

creepy and weird animals. Tapir

creepy and weird animals. Tapir

10. The Bush Viper

This predator lives high up in the trees of tropical forests in Africa. It does most of its hunting at night. It may look adorable, but it’s deadly.

creepy and weird animals. The Bush Viper

11. Venezuelan Poodle Moth

Yes, bugs can be adorable. This one was found in Venezuela in 2009, a new species. Scientists don’t know that much about the poodle moth, but they are learning more every day.

creepy and weird animals. Venezuelan Poodle Moth

12. Mantis Shrimp

There are several species of mantis shrimp, but the rainbow variety is visually stunning. They’re also called “sea locusts“, “prawn killers” and even “thumb splitters. This is a powerful predator located in tropical and sub-tropical waters, killing its prey with its powerful claws.

creepy and weird animals. Mantis Shrimp

13. Umbonia Spinosa

These colorful thorn bugs are related to cicadas. They use their beaks to pierce plant stems to feed upon their sap. No one is really sure why they look the way they do, but it’s most likely a form of camouflage.

creepy and weird animals. Umbonia Spinosa

14.. Lobster Moth Caterpillar

ewww, literally, eww!

creepy and weird animals. Lobster Moth Caterpillar

creepy and weird animals. Lobster Moth Caterpillar

15. Sea Pig

Scotoplanes live on deep ocean bottoms, specifically on the abyssal plain in the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Ocean. They are deposit feeders and extract their food from deep sea mud.

creepy and weird animals. Sea Pig

16. Okapi

This faux-zebra mammal is native to the Democratic Republic of the Congo in Central Africa. Even though it looks like a zebra, it’s actually closely related to the giraffe.

creepy and weird animals. Okapi

17. Atretochoana Eiselti (a.k.a., the Penis Snake)

This suggestive-looking, eyeless animal is actually called Atretochoana eiselti. It is a large, presumably aquatic, caecilian amphibian with a broad, flat head and a fleshy dorsal fin on the body.

creepy and weird animals. Atretochoana Eiselti the Penis Snake

18. The Panda Ant

This bug, a Mutillidae, is part of a family of more than 3,000 species of wasps (despite the names). These wasps have wingless females that resemble large, hairy ants. Panda Ants are found in Chile, they are known for their extremely painful stings, hence the common name cow killer or cow ant.

creepy and weird animals. The Panda Ant

19. Goblin Shark

These nightmarish sharks live in the ocean at depths greater than 100 m (330 ft). Adults are found deeper than juveniles. These scary sharks pose no threat to humans (but they will haunt your dreams).

creepy and weird animals. Goblin Shark

20. Red-lipped Batfish

This creature is found on the Galapagos Islands. It’s not good at swimming, so it uses its fins to walk across the ocean floor… while looking fabulous.

creepy and weird animals.Red-lipped Batfish

21. Honeypot Ant

The Honeypot Ant is the perfect metaphor for how to survive in the post-consumer world: save and spend when needed.

creepy and weird animals. Honeypot Ant

creepy and weird animals. Honeypot Ant

creepy and weird animals. Honeypot Ant

22. Asian Sheepshead Wrasse

This fish swims the shallow waters around China, Japan and the Koreas while resembling a very old man. With bulging protrusions on its head and jaw, this is a face only a mother could love.

creepy and weird animals. Asian Sheepshead Wrasse

creepy and weird animals. Asian Sheepshead Wrasse




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