Funny Animals

Funny Animals

1. Jeff the Giraffe

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2. The Great Tit

A species of bird with the worst name. See also Birds, Sophomoric.

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3. Skunk Bear

Another, more cuddly name for a wolverine.

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4. Gyrfalcon

A real bird with a fantasy name. See also Birds.

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5. Generuk

A deer like animal with a head too small for its body.

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6. Glaucus Atlanticus

A species of sea slug. It hangs out on the surface because its stomach is filled with gas.

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7. Catbra

A cross between a zebra and a cat. See also Cats, Made Up.

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8. Ornitorrinco

Spanish for Platypus. See also Spanish.

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9. Drop Bears

One of Australia's most dangerous native carnivores. Also known as the killer koala. Its Latin name is Phascolarctos Carnivora. It is not a true bear, but is closely related to the koala. It lives in trees and drops down onto passing prey below, killing and eating it. To deter it, spread strong-smelling substances such as vegemite or toothpaste behind your ears. See also Animals, Australia, Koalas.

Added by TheDalekDiva on January 8, 2017| 4 Comments | You Like This |

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10. Mop Dogs

Also known as Komondors. See also Dogs.

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