Amazing Animal Discoveries: Rarely Seen by Humans – Part 1

Do you love the wild? Here I have an article which teaches you about the most weird, ugly and beautiful animal dicoveries that are rarely seen by humans! Enjoy and please let me know what you think about them!

Thank you for visiting this article. I have compelled a number of animal discoveries in a series of 3 articles. This 1st part will teach you two animal discoveries so please visit the other parts when they are published! You may consider bookmarking this and return to find the new links! Enjoy!


1)   Is this a fur ball below?

This isn’t really a fur ball but a funny looking domestic rabbit called Angora Rabbit. It is known to be one the oldest types of rabbits around today.

Once upon a time, these rabbits were very popular during the 1700s in France and then spread to other parts of Europe by several hundred years.

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2)   Mexican Walking Fish? Does it really walk?

This animal is no way being close to a fish but it is an amphibian. The animal is also known as Axolotl. Did you know that the larvae remain as it is for the rest of its life? The animal doesn’t develop at all like the other salamanders. Despite the lungs that the axolotl has, it breathes mostly through its gills and skin.

Please continue to the 2nd part of the article!

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Amazing Animal Discoveries: Rarely Seen by Humans Part Two

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3 Responses to “Amazing Animal Discoveries: Rarely Seen by Humans – Part 1”
  1. Mr Ghaz Says...

    On September 6, 2009 at 3:06 am

    A very interesting and educational article. Thanks for the new lesson today. I LIKED it..Thanks for sharing this magnificent work.

  2. OhSugar Says...

    On September 6, 2009 at 9:29 am

    Very informative piece. I can see why they are considered to be rare to the human eye. Thanks for sharing this info.

  3. galindo Says...

    On September 26, 2009 at 2:52 pm

    A Delightful read! I didn’t know such a rabbit ever existed. As for the amphibian, i hope it never learns how to walk out of wherever he’s at! lol. thankyou for sharing.

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