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Hungry? Photo by Sergey Nikolaenko .

Review of the year 2011: bizarre creatures and funny animal pictures

oliviabeanlove: givemeinternet:a brave snake saving a fish from drowning! A brave snake saving a fish from drowning.

"Death by Cyan" by Le Anh Tuan - 500px - The snake (Trimeresurus albolabris) which is, you guessed it, green. It's still a great photo! Photoshop is still the best way to pass a fake off as real, or to "improve" the colors in a photo.

Gorgeous Blue Snake - Beautiful White-lipped Tree Viper - Trimeresurus Albolabris a venomous pitviper species found in Southeast Asia

Chamaleon

A beautiful rainbow chameleon also known as Veiled chameleon. (Chamaeleo calyptratus) Would you like to take him as pet ?

Blue-Headed Tree Agama (Acanthocercus Atricollis)

Blue-Headed Tree Agama lizard (Acanthocercus Atricollis) by Augusto leandro Stanzani

30  Stunning! This reptile is absolutely glowing, it's so vibrantly purple.

Image detail for -Rainforest Snakes And Snakes' Unique Anatomy

frog

he says fuck all yall! Not only can this frog stand on two legs, but it seems it can do so, while flipping the proverbial double bird (the flipper fucker finger! coolest frog EVER!

Crazy Caterpillar climbs the Chameleon crest of death. https://fbcdn-sphotos-f-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash3/941288_518669488194340_2656277_n.jpg

crazy caterpillar climbs the Veiled chameleon's crest of death.

The above image is an example of commensalism because the spider is benefitting by building a web between the giselle's horns while the giselle is not being harmed or benefitted.

Talk about adaptation! This impala from the Kruger National Park in South Africa is now a mobile home for a spider with the spider's web spun between the impala's two horns. Image by Frank Soloman.

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Photograph by Anders Zimny, My Shot A frilled lizard in its defense posture during a 2010 field trip to Cape York, Australia - Looks like the lizards that attacked Dennis in JURASSIC Park.

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Mimic Octopus going into defensive mode mimicking a lion fish. Mimic Octopuses mock other animals to camouflage themselves. This photo was a Scuba Diving Magazine Cover in

Gooty Sapphire Ornamental Tree Spider (Poecilotheria metallica) - VERY VERY RARE - FOUND ONLY IN PARTS OF SOUTH EASTERN INDIA AND SRI LANKA.  CRITICALLY ENDANGERED.

This is called the Gooty Sapphire Ornamental Tree Spider (Poecilotheria metallica) and even its name is all fancy. They're insanely rare, too, only being found in a single location. Habitat: Southeastern India and Sri Lanka Status: Critically Endangered

Chèvres acrobates

Tree climbing goats of Morocco. Check out the video, they love the fruit of the Argan Tree.thats hilarious

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