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The discovery of species of animals 10 Photos New Version of National Geographic

Jellyfish "Rainbow":




A jellyfish expert named Lisa Gershwin catch species are not known at the beginning of last March when it was swimming in the sea near the island of Tasmania in Australia. Jellyfish do not emit their own light, like other jellyfish do. Instead, this jellyfish reflect light that enter the body.

Sea Horse Walea:




This sea horse is the pride for Indonesia, because seahorses are found in the sea Walea island, Sulawesi. Seahorses are found thanks to the sharpness of the eyes of the diver who takes a picture at sea Walea island, which later was named seahorse Walea. Sea horse has a 2.5 centimeters high and is the smallest animal among vertebrates (vertebrate).


Fish "Jelly":





A strange fish leggy (two meters long!) Was found dead floating off the coast of Bahia, Brazil in September. After doing research, it turns out that fish is bloblike rare fish species from the deep sea. This fish is then given the name jellynose fish, because the form of a soft tubuhnnya, the pug nose and his body did not have a shell and trim.


A pair of Spider "Weird":





Females of the species of spider has a leg length to 5 inches (12 centimeters), while the male is only about an inch (2.5 centimeters). These spiders are rare animals in their habitat in southern Africa and Madagascar (though they do not fit in the movie Madagascar). Another uniqueness of this spider is a giant made a net that can reach up to three feet (one meter) wide.


Rat "Giant":





First discovered in the crater of the inactive volcano in Papua New Guinea Bosavi. This giant volcano has a crater about 2.5 miles wide and surrounded by walls as high as almost 1.5 miles. Rat weighs 3.5 pounds, and about 32 inches long from nose to tail, has a silver-colored hair slightly gray, with thin hair like wool.


The spider "Vegetarian":



Eight-legged animal that is named Bagheera Kiplingi it, living in Central America, especially Mexico and Costa Rica. Vegetarian spider that large body size of a fingernail only adults that prey on acacia leaf tip. From the observations made using video recording and chemical analysis showed the spider will still get most of the foods from plants. Populations in Mexico to 90 percent of food from plant tissue and the rest of the ant larvae, nectar, and others.


Shark "Sexy":






The new species is named Hydrolagus melanophasma or any other name is black ghost sharks. Sharks are found in California waters. Unlike sharks in general, sharks have a male sexual organ on his forehead shaped like a horn.


Worms "Giant":



A new amphibian species can survive in the ground without nostrils, lungs, or legs, these creatures are then given the name Caecilita iwokramae. First discovered in Guyana, this creature is part of a group of amphibians known as caecilians. There is only one other known species of caecilians live without lungs. In general, the presence of the lung is one of the key characteristics that makes amphibians different from fish. Caecilita live on land and only 4.4 inches (11 cm), while length is 27.5 inches (70 cm).


Fish "Dracula":







Fish that males have tusks like dracula so the fish is named Danionella Dracula. Found at London's Natural History Museum in a tank of aquarium fish. This fish is actually arrested in Myanmar (Burma) and sent to museums in London. In fact fangs of fish is not used to hunt prey but to fight with each other.


Birds that have been extinct:



This bird species can only be our first look at the pictures in the museum animals because this bird as extinct from this world by experts, but this year re-discovered in the Philippines, only when it was discovered this bird in his journey toward the pot to be cooked ! This bird is found by a hunter of birds on the island of Luzon, Philippines.
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