We living in a world that has too many animals that we usually found in anywhere which is the normal one, but do you know that there are weird animals in this huge world. Have you see or found any weird animal in front of you? Here we have 5 weird animals living in several zoos in the US.
- Poison Dart Frog
Bronx Zoo, New York.
The word ‘Aposematic’, a big word meaning that when it comes to the natural world, bright colors often signal danger. This is related to the case of the Poison Dart Frog. These frogs are dedicated parents, raising their young in secluded, watery nurseries. They looking kinda cute and has a beautiful color, but the poison dart frog is a formidable enemy.
- Four-eyed Turtle
Tennessee Aquarium, Chattanooga.
Four-eyed Turtle or known as Sacalia Quadriocellata, has a very similar appearance to its closest relative, Sacalia Bealei (Beal’s Eyed Turtle). The ‘four eyes’ is typically variation between the sexes, and sometimes from individual to individual. The Four-eyed Turtle lives in streams and small brooks in woodland, mountainous regions. They are available on the wild behavior of Sacalia Quadriocellata. Despite being wild or captive, it is a species that spends much time resting, however, females tend to be more active than the males.
- Blue Lobster
Chedd Aquarium, Chicago, Illinois.
Blue lobsters are extremely rare! Only one in a million lobsters has this rare genetic mutation that produces high levels of protein and turns them blue. Lobsters are typically reddish-brown or greenish-brown, and the rare blue coloration of this one comes from a genetic defect that causes the creature to overproduce a particular protein, according to the lobster institute.
San Antonio Zoo, Texas.
Caracal cat is a medium-sized wild cat native to Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia, and India. The name Caracal comes from the Turkish word “karakulak” meaning ‘black eared’. Caracal weighing between 11 and 20 kilograms and males are about larger than the females. Their coat is thick but short and soft. Caracal’s color varies from yellowish-brown, pale reddish to a rich brick-head, grey or sand-colored. It is also one of the few cat species that don’t have any spots or stripes.
Click the link to see human living with Caracal wild cat. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-cuRUVE4UM
- White Alligator
New Orleans, Louisiana.
White Alligator is one of the rarest in the world. With its piercing white and blue eyes and pale skin, this rare Alligator stands out like a store thumb. It’s thought that only about 15 out of 5 million alligators have this rare genetic condition that reduces the color pigmentation in their skin.