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  • World’s Weirdest Species Discover 7 of the world’s weirdest species by Alex
  • Leafy Sea Dragon
    • MALE CARRIES UP TO 105 TO 200 EGGS
    • EGGS ARE STORED UNDER TAIL
    • THEY HAVE NO TEETH OR STOMACH
    • ONLY FOUND IN AUSTRAILIA
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  • Angora rabbit
    • it’s One of the oldest types of domestic rabbit.
    • Lives in Ankara Turkey along with angora cat and angora goat.
    • Popular pets to royalty in 1700s.
    • First appeared in U.S. in early 1900s.
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  • Red panda
    • This panda is 55cms long.
    • Has semi retractile claws
    • No thumb
    • Thick fur on sols of feet.
    • Found in southern china and Nepal.
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  • Emperor Tamarin
    • Lives in the Amazon basin, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil.
    • Big white mustache.
    • Lives in tropical rain forests.
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  • Tapir
    • Pig shaped mammal
    • Short snouts
    • Live in south America central America and Asia.
    • All types are endangered.
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  • Proboscis Monkey
    • The most distinctive trait of this monkey is his large nose.
    • No one understands the use of his nose but it is believed that he uses it to attract females.
    • Males are larger than females.
    • They have large bellies because of their diet.
    • Eats seeds, fruits, and leaves.
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  • Axolotl
    • Able to regenerate most body part
    • Larvae fail to undergo metamorphosis so the adults remain in water with gills.
    • They are kept as pets in the United States, Mexico, Australia, Japan and Great Britain.
    • They are sometimes sold under the name Wooper Rooper.
    • They should not be confused with waterdogs or salamanders.
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