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This creature is most probably the creation of an environmental problem. Children at a nursery in Weston-super-Mare, England spotted the three headed frog hopping in the garden.
Source: BBC News
The most infamous headless chicken, Mike wowed the world by living for 18 months which indefinitely entered it into the Guinness World Records. It could still live becuase most of his brain stem and ear was left on his body.
Source: Mike The Headless Chicken
Nope this is not photoshop manipulated. A female polar bear named Pelusa turned purple after she was given a special treatment to clear up a skin condition. This has attracted crowds at the Mendoza City Zoo in Argentina. The fur has returned to normal after a few days.
Source: NW Botanicals
Genetic mutation called ‘feather duster’ of a parakeet.
Source: Green Apple
Dolphins has taken a pink hue in the Pear River Delta situated between Hong Kong and Macau. It is not known why they are pink in colour but several assumptions include the lack of natural predators or the pink colour is a byproduct of blushing to regulate body temperature.
Source: 2 Dolphins
The two-month old animal, named Cham Leck which means ‘strange,’ was given to monks at a local pagoda by a farmer who feared the six legged cow would bring him bad fortune.
Source: Steve Quayle
The hooded seal has a large elastic nasal cavity and when fully inflated resembles a large black ruber ball. They are large aggresive mammals that can exceed 3m in length and 400kg in weight.
Source: Canadian Museum Of Nature
The large ocean sunfish vies for the title of strangest fish in the sea. It has an almost circular, flattened body. It weighs up to 2 tons and 3m long. The head is almost a third of the whole body length.
Source: Earth Window
If you had your facts about the Siberian tiger being the largest cat, then you are wrong. The liger is the world’s largest cat, a cross breed between a male lion and a female tiger. They exhibit conflicts between the social habits of the lion and solitary habits of the tiger.
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As the country’s national symbol, you would expect the people of Thailand to show nothing but respect for their elephants.
But the once-majestic beasts are clearly still viewed by some as mere circus performers.
In this case, they have been trained to ride tricycles – and steer using their trunks.
Pedal power: It takes trainers at Nong Nooch Gardens, near Pattaya in Thailand up to six months to teach elephants to cycle – and, not surprisingly, some are unable to master it
Unnatural habitat: The extra large tricycles are constructed out of converted tuk-tuks
Kwanmueng, seven, and Sarai, nine, have been taught how to use custom-made tricycles at Nong Nooch Gardens, near Pattaya.
And another elephant – eight-year-old Tabtim – is now able to knock down pins in a specially built ten-pin bowling alley.
Zookeepers said the animals are given a lesson a day for up to six months before they are able to master the pedals and handlebars to ride for themselves.
Assistant manager Adul Chaiparb said: ‘It takes around six months for us to teach an elephant to ride a bike, giving them one lesson a day.
‘After that, even if they don’t cycle for a long time, as soon as they get back on, they can remember.
‘Not all of our elephants are able to learn, but we give them all a chance and see which ones have the ability.
Kwanmueng, seven, makes his way round the arena
‘Some of the elephants are so fast at cycling that maybe we should enter them in a cycle race.’
The huge tricycles are made from converted tuk-tuks – or rickshaws.
They have to be helped into place with their feet on the pedals before they can make their way off around the arena.
The park has 42 elephants – and the others have been trained to play football, basketball and to dance.
Tourist Helmut Scheithauer, from Frankfurt, Germany, said: ‘The elephants are very smart, I didn’t know they could learn so many things. They’re really fast at cycling, like professional cyclists.’
Just don’t expect to see similar antics at London Zoo any time soon…
Strike? Tabtim, eight, has been taught ten pin bowling while other elephants can dance and play football
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