The 8 Animals You Didn't Know Existed Around The World

Glass Frogs

A variety of frogs that are found in the Centrolenidae family are referred to as "glass frogs" due to the transparency of their skin.


Native to Australia, the lyre is a kind of bird that lives in trees. The Superb lyrebird and the Albert's lyrebird are the two species of lyrebirds.


The matamata turtle, found in South America, is well-known for its dark brown or black carapace. The turtle's body and long neck are rough and bumpy, and its head is triangular and flattened.

Sugar gliders

Like a flying squirrel, the sugar glider is a small, nocturnal possum that glides by using the skin between its legs as "wings."

Red-Lipped Batfish

The red-lipped batfish, sometimes referred to as the strange-looking fish, is a member of the Galapagos Islands' marine ecosystem.

Pink Fairy Armadillo

The smallest species of armadillo is the pink fairy armadillo. The dorsal shell of this particular armadillo is totally distinct from the rest of its body.


The Markhor is a wild goat that ranges in elevation from southern Russia to the west of the Himalayas in Central Asia. However, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, and Afghanistan are home to sizable populations of these creatures.

Leafy Sea-dragon

Being closely related to seahorses, the leafy or weedy seadragon is among the most intricately disguised animals.