Top 10 Most BIZARRE Creatures That Actually EXIST!

  • Published on:  4/18/2020
  • From bees the size of birds to spiders that look like rabbits, here are 10 of the most surreal animals that actually exist!!

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    10. Megachile Pluto
    No, giant bees aren’t something out of a B-Movie. They are real and were actually thought to be extinct! Surprise! They aren’t!! Found on a group of Indonesian islands, these bees are also called “flying bulldogs”. You might actually confuse it for a bird.

    9. Rainbow Colored Squirrel
    There are almost 300 species of squirrels in the world. But most of us have only probably seen brown or gray squirrels, maybe the occasional red. But did you know there is actually a rainbow squirrel?? In the case of the Malabar Giant Squirrel, you will most definitely do a double-take if you happen to come across one of these.

    8. Rabbit Spider
    At first glance, this looks like anything but a spider! Is this even real?? Why yes, yes it is! It is actually a very small spider that belongs to the daddy long legs family, officially known as a Bunny Harvestman Spider (Metagryne bicolumnata). To me, it almost looks more like it has a wolf on its back! A scary one! It has a dark body, and false yellow eyes along with the two protrusions that look like ears, or horns. If you look closely, you can see its real eyes are further down.

    7. Albino Turtle
    While this might sound kind of ghostly and weird, albino turtles do exist but they are anything but dull. Though different species of turtles have different chances of being born with the albinism gene, each has a distinctive look. Some are more yellowish with orange markings, while others are pink and fiery red. Albinism in turtles, lizards and other reptiles presents differently than it does in mammals, birds and humans.

    6. Lagoon Blob
    Like something right out of a sci-fi movie, this blob from the lagoon looks like a brain. Found in an artificial lagoon in a Canadian park, in Vancouver, this mass isn’t actually an IT but a THEY. Even creepier, right? The really cool thing about this lifeform is that it is actually more than one creature.

    5. Blue Lobster
    While most lobsters are a dull greenish-brown color, fishermen in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia were stunned when they caught two bright blue lobsters while working off the coast. See? There's a lot more going on in Canada than you thought!

    4. Pyrosomes
    This giant worm-like creature can grow up to 60 feet long. But what is it?? Known as Pelagic Sea Squirts, the delicate yet creepy Pyrosomes are actually a collection of thousands of clones that can copy themselves and add to the colony in the same way the Lagoon Blob does. If they are injured, they can clone more of themselves, and keep on going, making them practically immortal.

    3. Orchid Mantis
    One look at the Orchid Mantis and you will see how this insect gets its name. A startling resemblance to the orchid flower, this mantis is found in tropical forests of Southeast Asia. One of few mantises that imitate flowers, these don’t usually choose flowers as their hunting grounds. Their flower-like appearance allows them to hide in plain sight, seeking out patches of green vegetation for ample space to tempt their prey.

    2. Giant Isopods
    One look at the Giant Isopod and you might swear you’re staring an alien in the face! A type of crustacean, these sea bottom-dwellers live between 550 and 7000 feet deep. Preferring a mud or clay floor, they like to burrow for shelter and are often found in the Pacific Ocean off Japan and in the South China Sea.

    1. White Whales
    You might be familiar with the infamous whale in Herman Melville’s Moby Dick but white whales aren’t just from fiction. One of the smallest whale species, the Beluga, is naturally white so it is hard to confuse them with other species. However, other species of whale that are much more common are very rarely white. That’s why a “white whale” is a metaphor, because they don’t really exist (at least very often).