Evolution is a beautiful thing as long as it doesn’t involve spiders. Living beings adapt to fit and survive within their surroundings. While humans are known for more likely trying to make their surroundings adapt instead, animals with their tragic lack of cement housing and central air conditioning have little option beyond migrating to an environment that fits, or modifying themselves to fit the environment. Either way, the results are without a doubt absolutely awe inspiring, slow as the process may be. It’s hardly even surprising how stunning most exotic animals from around the world are;
This adorable little tuft of fluff and all synonyms of cute is a species of the flying squirrel native to an island of Japan, Hokkaido. This little ball of fur is known to be roughly the size of an average adult’s fist and it is said that its giant sparkling eyes make you slowly surrender your soul as your insides are reduced to mush.
The Mantled guereza are an elegant, beautifully furred type of Old World Monkey. They’re a native of the region covering central to eastern Africa which includes Nigeria, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Uganda and Chad. The species consist of several sub species which differ in appearance but all have one thing in common. Their unnaturally shinny tresses that can give L’Oreal a run for its money and make them one of the most exotic animals from around the world. The guereza are fairly large and are known to travel in relatively small groups.
The Philippine eagle, also known as the monkey-eating early because no one messes with the monkey eating eagle, belongs to the Accipitridae endemic family of birds in the Philippines. It has also earned the title for the national bird of the Philippines and happens to be the largest of the majestic birds that are the eagles in terms of wing surface and length. However, the extent of deforestation has rendered it critically endangered and killing it is punishable under Philippine law.
Australia is famous for a lot of things, particularly of the crawling kind. Despite one or two kangaroos now and then, which are disturbingly ripped by the way, Australia is better famous for things that make your skin crawl and want to dry heave. The koalas, one of the most exotic animals from around the world however, have additionally got to be one of the fuzziest most cuddle-able creatures the country has ever produced. They’re sometimes inaccurately called Koala bears, but the mistake is justifiable because just look at those fluffy ears. Koalas are more abundantly found in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland and South Australia.
The Dendrolagus matschiei, also known as the Matschie’s tree-kangaroo, also known as the Pokémon versions of normal Kangaroos are a native of the Huon Peninsula of Papua New Guinea. They’re much smaller than Australia fame red kangaroos, and are known for having hair whorls with fur coloured beautifully in shades of golden and chestnut brown save for the occasional black stripe on their backs.
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