The world still has many surprises for all of its inhabitants. Even today, thousands of species of flora and fauna are still not yet discovered, thus remain unnamed.
While some species are lovely to see, some are the opposite. This list shows twelve of those exact opposite species. Hence, they are some of the creepiest.
The Nakanai and Muller mountain ranges in Papua New Guinea revealed its mysterious tube-nosed fruit bat. The bat has a similar look to the Star Wars Jedi Master Yoda. This is why the bat is named Yoda Bat.
Lesula is a species of monkey found in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s Lomami Forest basin. This monkey has been common to the hunters but was unknown to the outside world.
The fathead sculpin fish of New Zealand is nicknamed Mr. Blobby. This kind of large, globe-like head and floppy skin fish lives in the depths of 330 feet to 9,200 feet.
Brazil’s Madeira River hosts this creepy and strange kind of snake, the penis snake. The strange creature was found by biologist Julian Tupan from the bottom of the river when it was drained.
Herpetologist Paul Oliver of the University of Adelaide discovered the Pinocchio-like tree frog when it jumped on a bag of rice in the Foja Mountains camp kitchen. The accident led to the discovery of the frog.
Chinchilla tree rat
Chinchilla tree rat is common in the famous ruins of Machu Picchu. They are believed to have been buried alongside the Inca in their tombs.
The Chu Mom Ray National Park in Vietnam has revealed another bat species. The leaf-nosed bat was once known to be the other already known species but later proven to be genetically distinct.
Cyclops Shark is a shark species with only one functioning eye at the front of its head. They were recently confirmed in Mexico.
Flamingo Tongue Snail
This species of snail has a light color and looks like a tongue. It was found in the British West Indies during the Census of Marine Life.
At about 350 meters underwater, a naked snail without a shell was found during the Census of Marine Life in the Arctic Ocean. The Sea Angel, a marine snail, is widely eaten by many species in the oceans.
Pink Dragon Millipede
The Greater Mekong region in Southeast Asia has showcased its unique pink dragon millipede which is absolutely dangerous. The millipede is able to shoot cyanide at its prey making it extremely toxic.
This species is restricted only to Colorado. It is closely related to the Greater Sage-Grouse but it is distinct. It belongs to the Class Aves (bird) of the animal kingdom.