The Eye-aye lives on the coast of Madagascar, inside the rainforest above 700 meters high.
Apparently the Aye-aye seems to be the combination of several different animals, in fact the eyes resemble those of the cat and the muzzle resembles the fox.
The ears are bat-like and the teeth resemble those of the squirrel.
It is a very sociable animal but, unfortunately, at great risk of extinction.
2 CHINESE CRESTED DOG
Although his name automatically suggests his Chinese origin, however, nobody can speak with certainty of this derivation.
It is believed to have originated from crossbreeds of hairless dogs that existed in China, Japan, the West Indies, Africa and Central and South America. We also know that it was used as a treasurer of the Chinese emperors.
It is a small specimen and is part of only 3 breeds of naked dogs recognized by the FCI together with the Mexican Naked Dog and the Perro hairless of Peru. He is a very cheerful and affectionate dog, but also very suspicious.
This fish was recently discovered by scientists and was photographed for the first time a few years ago by underwater robots.
Officially it is known by the name of Marcidus Psychrolutes.
It lives in the seabed in about 9,000 meters deep off the coast of Australia and Tasmania.
4 CONDYLURA CRISTATA
The star-nosed mole (Condylura cristata) is a small North American mole found in eastern Canada and the northeastern United States.
This mole also has the ability to smell underwater: this is achieved by exhaling air bubbles on objects or on a scent track and then re-inhaling the bubbles through the nose.
The structure of the tentacle star is so strange that it has not been found elsewhere in the animal world.
5 DUMBO OCTOPUS
The Dumbo octopus lives in the sea depths at about 3000-4000 meters and reaches up to 7000 meters, it is the octopus that lives at the most extreme sea depths.
It can reach 180 centimeters and can weigh up to 6 kilos.