10 Trans-Gendered Creatures In The Animal Kingdom
Red and Olive Colobus Monkeys
Red and Olive Colobus Monkeys are Old World monkeys that tend to live in a single-male dominated group. Males are often chased away from the pack when they are old enough. Some males, however, remain in a weird in-between stage where their genitals mimic that of a female, but they are still male.
Giant Australian Cuttlefish
The Giant Australian Cuttlefish is a bizarre creature. They have huge, doughnut-shaped brains, developed eyes to avoid predators, and their males outnumber the females 11:1, which is a bit of a mating issue. Some males imitate the coloring of a female to remain undetected while traveling through another male’s territory.