Monday, July 11, 2011

Now Mother Nature's Sense Incredible Animals

1. Turtle + Hedgehog = Armadillo

Armadillos Rudyard Kipling wrote the story begins, where it comes from a tortoise and a hedgehog. They do not stop giving birth to armadillos, but they learned each other's talents. Hedgehog contributed to curl into a ball and learn from the tortoise turtle learned to swim in the hedgehog, who toughened up their spines in the armor. Before they knew it had been armadillos.

2. Giraffe + Zebra = Okapi

Okapi (Okapi Johnston) seems tacked on short legs like a giraffe and a zebra secondary. An animal that lives only in the Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo (and zoo), but is actually related to the giraffe was "shorted" the neck of the department. Making up for that oversight, Okapi is a language long NOK to **** your ears! Zebra stripes are probably used to disguise and make it easy for the young to follow their mothers through the Okapi rainforest.

3. Anteater + Armadillo = Pangolin

Pang Olin is also known as the spiny anteater. They are mammals, but the keratin scales on their bodies. They roll into a ball to protect, such as armadillo or a hedgehog. Recent genetic studies suggest that Pang Olins is not related to the anteater (despite the fact that they eat ants), and armadillos. But the weirdness does not stop: Pang Olins can spray like a nasty skunk musk. And they have no teeth!

4. Bird + Fox = Fruit Bat

Include several species of fruit bats and flying foxes, or also called megabats. With the addition of fruit bats eat insects to your garden variety bell tower, the hangers to the fact that most bats do not use echolocation to move. They need your eyes and your big nose, long compared to where they go, so that their faces look more well-known land mammals, especially dogs. No doubt, this is where the concept of a fox came. If you do not see the fruit bats have wings, you may have a hard time to guess the species.

5. Duck + Beaver = Platypus

Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) of Australia provides taxidermy experiment in which a mammal is accessorized with a beaver tail, duck bill, legs and stomach poison otters. This animal is not related to any others, however. MONO TREME the Platypus. He divides the order of only four other species, all echidnas. It is truly unique in the animal kingdom, and the most probable in this list that is God's sense of humor.

6. Hoop Snake + Lizard = Armadillo Girdled Lizard

This lizard can be what people saw when they came up with a hoop snake legend (mentioned in previous posts). You will not find too many lizards to protect yourself from rolling into a ball, but the Armadillo Girdled Lizard (Cordylus cataphractus) does just that. It grabs the tail of a lizard in the mouth and forms a circle to emphasize their spines. Each predator has a hard time figuring this thing out, let alone eat it! The name is just a description, it is somehow related armadillo lizard, which is a mammal

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