It's difficult to grasp the amount of weird and wonderful animals that inhabit our small planet. Every year scientists are observing new species and discovering strange creatures, with some that look like props straight out of Star Wars.
And as strange as these creatures are, there's one, in particular, that has recently stolen the limelight and the photos are more terrifying than I thought they would be.
Keep scrolling to have a look for yourselves...
There are over 8 million species of animals on Earth, so it's no surprise that nobody has seen them all.Here's the kicker... If you wanted to look at all the animals roaming our planet, it would take around 8 years of non-stop scanning, and that's if you spent thirty seconds per photo, without eating or sleeping... That's just madness.
Let's face it, nobody's got time for that...That's why we've done the hard work for you, and found the weirdest of the bunch, so you don't have to spend a decade sifting through the lot.
You'll be amazed that these sometimes very unsightly beings inhabit the same planet as us!Keep scrolling to see the world's latest attraction... The human-sized bat.
1. Venezuelan Poodle Moth.
2. Glaucus Atlanticus
3. Dumbo Octopus
4. Red-Lipped Batfish
via: YoutubeThese little guys are found on the Galapagos Islands and are actually pretty bad swimmers, instead opting to use its fins to walk along the bottom of the sea bed! I just want to know what shade that is.
5. Panda Ant
6. Sea Pig
via: YoutubeThey are actually a type of sea cucumber that lives at depths of over 1000 meters! I mean if I looked like that, I probably would too.
7. Superb Bird-Of-Paradise
8. Pink Fairy Armadillo
9. Maned Wolf
10. Star-Nosed Mole
13. Naked Mole-Rat
14. Human-Sized Bat.
@HanTrakker Just imagine this bat waking up and flying straight at you I'd leave the country— Rio! Proud Bara/DILF/Macro Fucker (@Rio! Proud Bara/DILF/Macro Fucker)1593067803.0
A Twitter user, @AlexJoestar622 wrote this:
@AlexJoestar622 this bat is taller than me and im both horrified and impressed in equal measure— CaptainTypho (@CaptainTypho)1593105446.0
And posted these two snapshots to go along with it:
Remember when I told y'all about the Philippines having human-sized bats? Yeah, this was what I was talking about https://t.co/nTVIMzidbC— Isagani || semi-ia💫🇵🇭 (@Isagani || semi-ia💫🇵🇭)1592974453.0
The images aren't fake, but always remember that perspective plays a massive role in this.
@HanTrakker they are mostly all wings... their bodys are bigger then a small dog... they only weigh from 0.7–1.2 ki… https://t.co/cmFrNTXkuP— MischiefMakinUnicorn4LOKI!🔥🐍⚡️☀ (@MischiefMakinUnicorn4LOKI!🔥🐍⚡️☀)1593065767.0