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    مُساهمة من طرف الإدارة في 12/3/2009, 1:00 am


    Some Strange Creatures




    1) Gumprecht's Green Pit
    Viper

    This striking bright green snake,
    commonly known as Gumprecht's green pit viper,
    is found in the Southeast
    Asian region of Greater Mekong.

    The serpent, which has the formal name
    Trimeresurus gumprechti, was first described by scientists in 2002, although he
    doesn't look like he appreciates having been discovered.



    2)
    Snakefish


    In 2002, the
    snakefish (or Channidae) was described as "something from a bad horror movie" by
    US Interior Secretary Gale Norton. Some describe snakefish as having "a
    voracious appetite, often consuming all other fish in a lake or pond and even
    eating its young. It can slither across land, staying out of water for up to
    three days, to find new sources of food." Norton also warns that once on land
    "snakeheads can eat almost any small animal in its path…. They have even
    attacked people in China who got too close to snakeheads' egg nesting areas."
    According to Wikipedia, snakefish can be up to over a metre in length and over 6
    kilograms in weight. Most snakefish are 2-3 feet long. They're also fast
    reproducers with no natural enemies outside of their native environments. Within
    their native environments, small snakefish are preyed upon by bigger fish, while
    full-grown snakefish are consumed by crocodiles and alligators. Because of their
    ability to move into new habitats and wipe out local ecosystems (and to then hop
    out of the water and mosey on over to another body of water and repeat the
    process) snakefish have been prohibited in 13 American states and other
    countries (e.g., Australia).

    3) Giant
    Isopod


    This Predator look-alike is a Giant Isopod (Bathynomus
    giganteus), a carnivorous crustacean that spends its time scavenging the deep
    ocean floor, up to 6,000ft down on the seabed where there is no light. In the
    pitch black and cold, they survive by feasting on dead and decaying fish and
    other marine animals.

    4) Aye-aye

    Considered by
    locals as a harbinger of misfortune, the Aye-aye is one of the world's most rare
    and bizarre looking primates. To the Malagasy people, the aye-aye is magical,
    and believed to bring death to the village it appears in; therefore they're
    often killed on sight. The aye-aye is the world's largest nocturnal primate with
    an average head and body length of 16 inches (40 centimeters) , a long bushy
    tail of 2 feet (61 centimeters) long, and weighs about 4 pounds (2 kilos). The
    Aye-aye has large beady eyes, black hair, and large spoon-shaped ears. It has
    5-fingered hands with flat nails, with a middle finger up to 3 times the length
    of the others.

    5)
    Star-nosed Mole


    One of the most intriguing stars in the
    universe is right here on Earth: the eleven pairs of pink fleshy appendages
    ringing the snout of the star-nosed mole (Condylura cristata). From its
    appearance and location, one would think this star might be a supersensitive
    olfactory organ, helping the nearly blind mole negotiate its subterranean
    environment, or an extra hand for grasping prey or manipulating objects. Some
    researchers have hypothesized that the star detects electric fields, thus acting
    as a kind of antenna. But in reality, the star is an extraordinary touch organ
    with more than 25,000 minute sensory receptors, called Eimer's organs, with
    which this hamster-sized mole feels its way around.

    6) Frilled Lizard

    The
    frilled lizard (Chlamydosaurus kingi) is a yellowish-brown australian lizard has
    got a large frill of skin to the sides of the neck and throat. It is about 90
    cm/35 in long, and when is angry or alarmed, it erects its frill, which may be
    as much as 25cm/10 in in diameter, thus giving itself the appearance of being
    larger than it really is. Frilled lizards are generally tree-living but may
    spend some time on the ground, where they run with their forelimbs in the air.


    7) Giant leaf-tailed
    Gecko


    The Giant leaf-tailed gecko (Uroplatus fimbriatus) is
    endemic to Madagascar and the islands Nosy Bohara and Nosy Mangabe. These geckos
    live in tropical rain forests and reach a total length of 330 mm. A large
    nocturnal gecko, by day it plasters it self to a small tree trunk and rests head
    down. If disturbed it will raise it tail and head, open its mouth and scream...
    and call his mom.

    Cool Kervoula
    Kachinensis


    Another of the species found in one of the world's
    last scientifically unexplored regions, Asia's Greater Mekong, the Kerivoula
    Kachinensis is one of the most disturbing bats ever found.


    9)
    Desert Mole Rat


    The Desert Mole Rat (Heterocephalus glaber) is
    a burrowing rodent native to parts of East Africa notable for its eusocial
    lifestyle, nearly unique among mammals, and for a highly unusual set of physical
    traits that enables it to thrive in a harsh, underground environment, including
    a lack of pain sensation in its skin, and a nearly cold-blooded metabolism.
    Plus, it is horrible.


    10) Caterpillar

    The puss caterpillar is the most poisonous
    caterpillar in the United States. Its poison is hidden in hollow spines among
    its hairs. This hairy caterpillar is found in the southern states, ranging west
    through most of Texas and north to Maryland and Missouri. It feeds on shade
    trees such as elm, oak, and sycamore. caterpillars vary in size from 1.2
    in.(32 mm) to 1.4 in.(36 mm).





    Pretty Dangerous
    Spiders



    Spiders are air-breathing chelicerate arthropods that have two
    body segments, eight legs, and no chewing mouth parts. About 40,000 species have
    been identified.


    See Spider Pictures


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