Funny Animals

Funny Animals

51. Geoducks

Pronounced "gooey-duck", these lovely little critters resemble... things. No, really. See also Sophomoric.

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52. Coconut-Shell-Carrying Octopuses

It's true. They hide in them. See also Cute.

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53. Bananafish

Very ordinary looking, though known to be gluttonous. See also Literary.

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54. Dominick the Italian Christmas Donkey

See also Italian, Songs.

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55. Margays

Big-pawed cat much like an ocelot. See also Cats.

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Kind sir, might you lend a hand and add a funny animal?

Funny Animals

56. Bald Bears

Actually a little sad, and yes, a bit funny. But they don't looks so tough now, do they? See also German, Hair.

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57. Fainting Goats

A breed of goats that actually faint when startled. Cuuuuute. See also Farming.

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58. Sperm Whales

Tee hee hee. See also Sophomoric.

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59. Arabella the Space Spider

Sent into orbit in 1973 on the Skylab 3 space station. See also Space.

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60. Chalicotherium

Probably the most bizarre-looking extinct mammal ever, this ancient relative of the horse and the rhino resembled a cross between a bear, a tapir, and a moose, but walked on its knuckles like a gorilla. See also Ancient.

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