Wednesday, July 22, 2015

5 Coolest Animals on Earth

1. Lobster Moth Caterpillar - The caterpillar features spindly forelegs and a swollen abdomen that curves up at the end, resembling a lobster tail. If the Lobster Moth Caterpillar is provoked, it spreads its front legs and arches its head back, possibly spraying formic acid. READ MORE HERE

2. Albino Peacock - The peacock "tail", known as a "train", consists not of tail quill feathers, but highly elongated upper tail coverts. These feathers are marked with eyespots, best seen when a peacock fans his tail. READ MORE HERE

3. Peacock Spider - Peacock spiders are venomous. But that doesn’t mean they’re dangerous to humans: Their little jaws are so tiny that they couldn’t even puncture our skin.  We’re safe, but crickets and other spiders are not. Like all jumping spiders, the peacock spiders don’t build webs. READ MORE HERE

4. Giant Panda - Adult giant pandas are generally solitary, but they do communicate periodically through scent marks, calls, and occasional meetings. Offspring stay with their mothers from one and a half to three years. The giant panda has lived in bamboo forests for several million years. It is a highly specialized animal, with unique adaptations. READ MORE HERE

5. Falabella - Falabellas are sweet natured and enjoy being with children, adults and seniors. Their small size makes them easy to handle. They are easy to train to drive and fun to show. They can also provide family enjoyment as a beloved pet or companion for anyone, from tots to teens and adults,  foals are especially adorable and affectionate making for a very unique and precious equine. They are versatile in many ways and can do all the things that any Miniature Horse can do.  Most can be ridden by small children. They are quite intelligent and can be trained to do so many thing.  They are strong for their size and driving them is very popular, especially in shows and parades. READ MORE HERE

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