Animals in the lens.
The turritopsis nutricula, an immortal species of jellyfish: Since it is capable of cycling from a mature adult stage to an immature polyp stage and back again, there may be no natural limit to its life span. Scientists say the hydrozoan jellyfish is the only known animal that can repeatedly turn back the hands of time and revert to its polyp state (its first stage of life).
Taking Care Of Baby Rabbits
A spotted lamb that was abandoned by its mother has been adopted by a Dalmatian on a farm in south Australia. The black-and-white lamb, a cross between a purebred white Dorper ram and a crossbred Dorper and Van Rooy ewe, has a speckled coat that closely resembles that of a Dalmation. The young ewe’s similar appearance might have even encouraged the dog to take on this interspecies motherly role.
Phobaeticus chani, a stick bug from Borneo, is the world's longest insect. Looking like a pencil-thin shoot of bamboo, large specimens of the dull-green insect measure about 22 inches when its twig-like legs are extended. Its body length is about 14 inches.