Recently discovered animals that we have not seen yet

Recently discovered animals that we have not seen yet

Scientists continue to surprise us with new discoveries, repeatedly proving how amazing and vast the world in which we were lucky to live. Today we decided to show you a selection of recently discovered creatures, which you probably have not seen yet.

Lasiognathus Dinema – fish, living in the waters of the northern Gulf of Mexico at a depth of 1000-1500 meters.

Phyllopteryx Dewysea is a marine inhabitant of Western Australia.

Strix Hadorami, or Desert owl. This species of Owl was found in desert areas, rocky ravines and palm groves of North Africa and Arabian Peninsula.

Arapaima gigas is one of the largest fish in the world. In the south-west of Guyana, researchers have discovered a completely new kind of these mysterious Amazonian creatures.

Scaleless Blackfish – a scary-looking fish caught a scientist off the coast of Australia.

Himalayan thrush – a smaller analogue of alpine thrushes.

Illacme tobini – a poisonous centipede, which has 414 legs, dwelling in the marble caves of the Sequoia National Park in California.

Shape-Shifting frog – amphibian from the tropical forests of Ecuador was the first amphibian that is able to change the structure of its skin from smooth to prickly.

Cryptelytrops Rubeus – a poisonous snake, whose house – evergreen forests of southern Vietnam, as well as eastern Cambodia.

Ninja lanternshark is a deep-sea inhabitant of the Pacific Ocean, which, unlike many others, does not have the ability to bioluminescent.

Maratus Bubo is a bouncing spider found in Australia.

Dendrogramma Enigmatica – an unusual multicellular animal, caught in the sight of biologists on the seabed in Victoria, Australia.

Gran Canaria Blue Chaffinch is a charming bird from the pine forests of the Canary Islands of Gran Canaria.

Limnonectes Larvaepartus is a large frog that can be found on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi. It is noteworthy that this is the only viviparous species of frogs known to people at the moment.

Phryganistria tamdaoensis is a kind of stick that belongs to the family of giant sticks.

Phyllodesmium Acanthorhinum is a species of sea slugs with a fluorescent color, found off the coast of Japan.

Swimming Centipede is a large centipede that has 20 pairs of legs, found in Vietnam, Laos and Thailand. This amazing view is the only one among its kind, who can not only run well, but also swim well.

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