May 20, 2024, 02:16 PM IST

7 unique animals in the world

Shivam Verma

Axolotl: Native to Mexico, particularly Lake Xochimilco. Known as the "Mexican walking fish," although it's an amphibian.

Aye-Aye: A type of lemur with a unique method of finding food, using its elongated middle finger to tap on wood to locate grubs.

Saiga Antelope: Distinctive for its large, bulbous nose that helps filter out dust and regulate blood temperature.

Narwhal: Known as the "unicorn of the sea" for its long, spiral tusk, which is an elongated upper left canine.

Thorny Devil: Covered in thorn-like spines that deter predators and help collect water.

Glass Frog: Notable for its translucent skin, especially on the underside, allowing internal organs to be visible.

Platypus: One of the only mammals that lay eggs (monotreme). It has features like a duck-like bill, webbed feet, and a beaver-like tail.