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A new species of night monkey is one of eight new mammals found during an expedition to northern Peru’s Tabaconas Namballe National Sanctuary, Mexican and Peruvian scientists announced recently. by Alexander Pari See

A new species of caecilian (that is unique enough to be classified into a new family) found in India!

They aren't worms or even snakes. They're soil-burrowing, limbless amphibians, and they're completely new to science. Pictured guarding a brood of eggs in its native northeastern India

New Orleans animal rescuer saves starving mother German Sheppard mom and her 7 puppies

Holiday Hero Saves 7 Puppies and Mama Living in Woods

We've only discovered a tiny fraction of the deep sea creatures.<<<And I'm incredibly concerned...

Deep-Sea Fisherman's Discoveries in Russia Will Fuel Your Nightmares (By Roman Fedortsov)

We've only discovered a tiny fraction of the deep sea creatures.<<<And I'm incredibly concerned.<<Do i wanna die? Yup i wanna die!

Monkey Day Spa - Young Macaques taken care of each other in the hot springs near Shiga Kogen, Japan. These guys come down everyday from the mountains where they live to soak it up. Why wouldn’t you when it’s -20 outside!

Monkey Day Spa - Young Macaques taken care of each other in the hot springs near Shiga Kogen, Japan. These guys come down everyday from the mountains where they live to soak it up. Text and image by - Robert Mullner

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10 Most Bizarre Species Names

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Actual witches were on this team. They served proudly, just like the rest. (This is awesome)

Wildlife photographer Graham McGeorge, 42, captured these magnificent bonobo moments at Jacksonville Zoo, in Florida, USA, where he has become gripped with how the young bonobos grow up. Their natural habitat is the Congo basin, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where they suffer horrendous atrocities and are currently listed as endangered.

Extraordinary images that show just how similar we are to our closest living relative – the bonobo: Affectionate primates share 98.7% of human DNA right down to hair loss

Extraordinary images that show just how similar we are to our closest living relative – the bonobo: Affectionate primates share of human DNA right down to hair loss

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