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The Twitter page posts pictures of amazing species that you may not have heard of before;  See top 10 |  Biodiversity

The Twitter page posts pictures of amazing species that you may not have heard of before; See top 10 | Biodiversity

From the snub-nosed monkey to the blue bee to the pink-necked green pigeon, Earth is home to strange and unusual species – And maybe many of them you probably haven’t heard of before. Although technology allows us to go to remote places and learn about creatures from nature, we still have a bit of exploring the unknown.

To bring you a little closer to our rich planet BiodiversityHey Twitter profile “Strange Animals” She publishes photos of rather unusual and “strange” animals. Its purpose is to highlight the wonders of evolution and the extraordinary diversity of life.

Check out the top 10 photos:

#1: A fluffy monkey from Burma. They hide when it rains, because it makes them sneeze.

Monkey – Photo: clone / Twitter

#2: Botto is a crazy bird from Central and South America.

Bird – Photography: clone / Twitter

#3: The Patagonian Mara of Argentina looks like a small rabbit or deer, but is actually a large rodent.

Mara – Photo: clone / Twitter

#4: Great picture of a blue bee from Australia.

Blue Bee – Photo: clone / Twitter

No. 5: Bright colors of the pink-necked green pigeon in Southeast Asia.

Green Dove – Photo: Reproduction / Twitter

Number 6: The vaquita is an endangered piglet from the Gulf of California. Only 12 people remain.

Vaquita – Photo: clone / Twitter

No. 7: The Gorgeous Black-Nosed Valley is a rare breed of sheep from Switzerland.

Valais – Photography: clone / Twitter

Number 8: Arctic fox on its way to changing from a summer ‘coat’ to a winter one.

Fox – Photo: Playback / Twitter

#9: The magnificent lynx, also known as the desert lynx.

Caracal Cat – Photo: clone / Twitter

#10: Flip the bat picture upside down to make it look like it’s dancing!

bat – photo: clone / twitter

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