15 Of The Weirdest Animals In The World
The dugong is often called the “sea cow”, because its diet primarily consists of sea-grass. The dugong has also been known to feed on algae when sea-grass is scarce, and even feed on small invertebrates, including jellyfish and shellfish.
The jerboa is a small rodent-like animal, typically found in China and Mongolia. It looks like a cross between a rabbit, a mouse, and a kangaroo, with its freakishly long legs.
The gerenuk is a long-necked species of antelope, typically found in Africa. It has a tendency to stand on its hind legs, as they prefer the taste of leaves over the taste of grass.