Visiting a zoo is fun; you get to see animals and birds that are so rare and so exciting to watch. But, diversity of nature is something that you just cannot comprehend. There are some exotic animals out there that you may never have encountered even in images.
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This black and white monkey with a cute tuft of hair atop its head and its characteristic snub nose is a rare find. Found in the jungles of Myanmar, it was first discovered in 2010. Little wonder it has been declared one of the rarest primates in the world. Its unique trait is it sneezes when it rains!
The dirty black color of common bats is repulsive, but a pretty white variety exists in Central America. Instead of caves, these 1.5-inch long fruit-eating bat lodge themselves in tents made out of Heliconia leaves.
Discovered in 2009 in the forests of Papua New Guinea, this bat possesses two tubular extensions protruding from both the nostrils. It's unusually kind eyes may have been an inspiration behind the looks of Yoda, the Jedi Master of the Star Wars movies.
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