• Shae Havner-Sierer

    Silly animals ;)

  • Rachel Touchie

    Animals with misleading names… Horny toad- Not a toad only thinks of you as a friend :) As a biologist, I find this especially funny.

  • Janina Vomund

    Misleading animal names. Horny toad only sees you as a friend :)

  • Blair Visscher

    Lies and the lying animal (names) that tell them -- Eastern Kingbird and King Cobra are my favorite. And horny toad haha

  • Matt Cybulski

    Trolls of the Animal Kingdom (the people responsible for naming them are the real trolls here, though)

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