"The Babirusa!  This hairless, prehistoric-looking member of the pig family is found in Indonesia. Some scientists believe it may be more closely related to the Hippopotamus.  Only males sport these impressive, wildly bizarre tusks. The ones protruding from the top of the snout are actually his upper canines, which grow UP rather than DOWN, penetrating through the skin, curling back towards the head, & in some cases, penetrating the skull a SECOND TIME!"

"The Babirusa! This hairless, prehistoric-looking member of the pig family is found in Indonesia. Some scientists believe it may be more closely related to the Hippopotamus. Only males sport these impressive, wildly bizarre tusks. The ones protruding from the top of the snout are actually his upper canines, which grow UP rather than DOWN, penetrating through the skin, curling back towards the head, & in some cases, penetrating the skull a SECOND TIME!"

Smooth Snake-Necked Turtle As its name implies, the neck of Chelodina longicollis is disproportionately long. It also has webbed toes, claws and warty skin which is a gray color. The habitat for most of these turtles is close to streams, rivers, swamps and lagoons of eastern Australia.

Smooth Snake-Necked Turtle As its name implies, the neck of Chelodina longicollis is disproportionately long. It also has webbed toes, claws and warty skin which is a gray color. The habitat for most of these turtles is close to streams, rivers, swamps and lagoons of eastern Australia.

Lemur ~source: annacatharina~ "Anybody up for some lemur yoga? Yeah, it's a thing..."

Lemur ~source: annacatharina~ "Anybody up for some lemur yoga? Yeah, it's a thing..."

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Wolf’s Mona Monkey (alan shapiro photography) I think this is real.if so this monkey is one of the most a incredible looking creature.

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