1. The Nendo Tube Nosed fruit bat
They were first discovered in 2009 in Papua New Guinea. They are also known as Yoda Bats in the honor of the Star War Jedi Master. They look like a flying camel, they have bulging eyes, pointed ears.
2. The Salp
Salp is planktonic tunicates feed on the carbon dioxides. They are entirely transparent and flaccid in texture.
3. The Honduran White Bat
Also known as the Caribbean white tent-making bat, belongs from Phyllostomatidae. They are scientifically described in 1892.
4. The Snub-Nosed Monkey
They are native of Asia, with the highest population in Tibet, Sichuan, Yunnan. They are the rarest species of monkey, discovered in 2010. They are known as the snubbed nose money because their nasal cavities aren’t protected.
5. Lli Pika
This looks like a marmot-rabbit hybrid, they also know as the magic bunny. A native of the Tian Shan Mountains in China. Although this rare animal’s existence known for more than twenty years, first time photographed recently.
6. Albino Chinese soft-shelled turtle
This Chinese turtle has a soft shell, yes they have this unlike feature of a turtle. They lack any pigment, have long necks and big nostrils which help them to breathe underwater.
7. The Pinocchio Frog
Also known as the Spike-Nosed Tree Frog. To attract the female frog they inflate there little nose.
8. Pink Eyed Caedicia
They found on the high Pacific plains, specifically in Muller Mountain Range. It has pink eyes and feet, this feature makes them different from other species of grasshopper.
9. The Pink Handfish
9 species of pink handfish are classed as on the brink of extinction. 4 new species of handfish have been discovered recently.
10. Pink River Dolphins
11. The Cherax Pulcher
This crayfish has a brightly colored shell that makes it different from its blue and gray colored cousins. They were discovered in Indonesia in 2016.
12. The Grimpoteuthis or Dumbo Octopus
They are the deep animal that lives on the ocean floor. They are around 8 inches tall, has two fins located on their mantle. The name Dumbo came from the similitude of the title character of Disney’s 1941 film Dumbo.