97% of people can't guess these exotic creatures by looking at a single image! Can you?

By: Chelsea
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Some of these exotic creatures will undoubtedly seem familiar - cute sloth videos are almost as popular as cute cat videos. But 97% of people couldn't identify all of these exotic creatures by looking at just one image. Can you? Prove it!

The kiwi bird cannot fly, making it an easy target for predators and more susceptible to extinction. The penguin, moa and weka are other birds that do not fly.

Aye-ayes are a special animal in that they use echolocation to get their food. They have a tail that's bigger than the body and are black or dark brown.

The male hooded seal has an exaggerated hood that it inflates during mating season and when threatened. Both males and females can live to be 30-35 years old.

Also known as the spiny anteater, the echidna has not changed since prehistoric times. It is a mammal, but to reproduce the females lay eggs; this is called a monotreme animal, and there are only two others in the world.

This animal is only found in New Zealand and travels an average of 15 miles each day to get its food, which is marine animals. It usually reproduces once a year and can live to be 10-20 years old.

The duck-billed platypus' flat head allows it to glide in water, and its fur is made to repel water so it can stay warm while swimming. They do not have teeth, and they are bottom feeders.

Ghost Glass Frog gets its name from its see-through skin. Their organs are visible when looking at their underbelly.

It is said that tales about mermaids came from inspiration from the dugong, also known as the sea cow. It is a gigantic herbivore that lives in the sea that can weigh up to 1,100 pounds and live for 70 years.

The springhare looks like a rabbit-kangaroo mix, with its long back legs and large, rabbit-like eyes. It's actually a rodent. They live in southeastern Africa, usually in places with cattle or crops.

The sloth is famous for its slow, lazy lifestyle because its stomach can take up to one month to digest a meal. The stomach has four parts, to help digest the leathery, fibrous leaves they eat.

The purple frog is also known as the pig-nosed frog, fitting because its snout has a protrusion and is white. On the top it is purple, but grey on the underside. Its skin is smooth.

The chamois is a mountain goat that lives in Italy, Turkey, Romania, Switzerland and Austria. It has horns that curve back, thick fur and a black stripe that goes from its neck to its rump.

Bush viper females are larger than males, with females being up to 28 inches long and males being up to 22 inches long. They are venomous and usually live 12-20 years.

The white golden zebra looks very similar to the zebra, except its stripes are golden rather than black. They have blue eyes and are not albino.

Sea robins are able to protect themselves from predators with the bony plates on their heads. They have blue eyes and fins that look like wings, hence the name sea robin.

The blue dragon's scientific name is Glaucus atlanticus, and it is known to be a beautiful killer. It eats hydrozoans, which include jellyfish.

The nudibranch is a bottom-dweller - a mollusk without a shell, part of the sea slug family. Its scientific name, Nudibranchia, means "naked gills."

Although they are believed to be slow movers, goblin sharks are sly predators because their jaws can thrust three inches out of their mouths. They have pointy teeth and are believed to be solitary creatures.

The Gharial lives in river drainages in the northern part of India. Its name comes from "ghara," a Hindi word that describes a pot with a long neck. This is fitting since the animal has a long snout.

The coconut crab can have a leg span of up to 3 feet, which makes it the largest land arthropod. It is a species of hermit crab.

The Tapir looks like a pig, with a trunk smaller than an elephant's, that is actually just a long nose and upper lip. It is an herbivore. Some varieties of tapir can weigh up to 800 pounds!

The Yeti crab was recently discovered in 2005, on a hydrothermal vent near Easter Island. It does not have eyes, but it has a lot of hair - actually setae. After the first discovery, another was found in waters by a hot water vent near Antartica.

The maned wolf has red colored fur and looks like a mix between a hyena, African hunting dog and a wolf. Unlike other types of wolves, the maned wolf lives monogamously with a partner, not in a wolf pack.

Irrawaddy dolphin females have babies only every two to three years, so it is a special occasion anytime a newborn is spotted. The Lao and Khmer people believe them to be sacred, and they are also a draw for tourists.

The pink fairy armadillo lives in Argentina, and is different from other armadillos in that its dorsal shell and body are almost unconnected. A baby armadillo's shell does not harden until it's an adult.

The fossa is a carnivorous mammal that lives to be about 15 years in the wild. It lives on Madagascar, and it looks like a mongoose, which is its cousin.

This is one of the smallest mammals that is known to humans, with its weight being a mere 1.8 to 3 grams. They have not been studied as much as other mammals because they are difficult to capture and very tiny.

There are five species of squirrel monkeys that vary in color and region in which they live. The males are a bit larger than the females, and they tend to live in the middle section of the forest canopy. They do not live in the top part of the trees since birds of prey would have a chance to snatch them there.

The tamandua lives in areas near water, in forests that are wet or dry, in parts of South America. It is a type of ant-eater that is mostly nocturnal.

Although the first hunting report was in 1938, tribes in South Africa have told stories about white lions for multiple centuries. They live in the Timbavati region in South Africa, because they can camouflage more easily with the light colored grass and white sand on the riverbeds.

The Hyacinth Macaw's wingspan is over four feet, and they can live for up to 60 years. Partners usually mate for life, and also groom and share food with each other. This bird is seriously endangered, and other types of macaws already are extinct.

Wallabies are smaller than both kangaroos and wallaroos. They have strong back feet that they use to kick when in a fight. Joey is the name for a baby wallaby, and it lives in its mother's pouch for approximately the first two months of its life.

The Serval is a carnivorous feline that looks like a small cheetah. They are solitary, territorial animals that unlike other cats, are comfortable in water.

This mammal lives in Central and South American rainforests and stays in the trees. It has a tail that can grip, as well as feet that can turn backward to make changing directions while running easier.

The fennec fox is the smallest of all the fox types. It lives in North Africa and beats the heat by sleeping during the day. It has extra large ears that radiate heat.

A Capybara is a rodent that can be up to 150 pounds! It is the largest rodent in the world and can be found in most of South America.

Hedgehogs eat worms and small insects that live under hedges or small bushes, and tend to make snorting like noises, hence the name "hedge-hog". They do most of their food-hunting at night and sleep in a curled position during the day. A group of hedgehogs is an array.

Sugar gliders are small marsupials that are originally from Indonesian and Australian rainforests. They like to eat sugary food, like fruit. They have the ability to glide, hence the name.

Bearded Dragons can be many different colors and are 12 to 24 inches long. Their heads have spikes on top, and beneath are spiked scales.

Emperor Scorpions are black, dark blue brown, or green, with a bright red tail. In ultraviolet light, they become fluorescent, which is helpful for humans because they are easier to see.

In regard to size, wallaroos are in between a wallaby and a kangaroo. A city in South Australia is named after the Wallaroo.

The monito del monte is very small, only slightly bigger than a mouse. It can climb well, making it suitable to live in the mountains of Chile and Argentina.

A bumblebee bat weighs only 2 grams - an actual bumblebee and its body are the same size! It lives in western Thailand and southeast Myanmar.

Female angler fish have a spine that comes out in front of their mouths, which helps lure their prey. They mostly live in the Atlantic and Antarctic oceans.

The kakapo is one of many birds in the world that cannot fly. However it is uncommon since it is the only parrot that does not fly. It also is the heaviest parrot; it can weigh up to almost nine pounds.

The Sumatran striped rabbit was thought to be instinct until is was coincidently seen by a photographer in the late 1990s. Being one of the scarcest mammals humans known of, there is not a lot of research on it.

The solenodon can make its saliva toxic, in order to shock its prey, so it can hunt more easily. There is a Cuban solenodon and a Hispaniolan solenodon.

The camel spider is a carnivore that eats lizards, rodents, small birds and other similar animals. They live to be less than one year old.

Central Chile was where panda ants were primarily discovered. They like to live in sand and gravel, and in dry, desert-like areas. Their sting is capable of knocking out a cow.

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