20 zwierząt, których prawdopodobnie nigdy nie widziałeś!

Jeśli ktoś poprosiłby cię o opisanie świni, jakie określenia miałbyś w głowie? Wiele osób odpowie: „różowy nos i mały ogon”. A jak określisz kokony motylkowe, które wyglądają jak złota biżuteria? Niektóre zwierzęta wyglądają tak niezwykle, że wydaje się, że J.K. Rowling upuściła swoją magiczną walizkę i uciekło z niej przynajmniej 20 fantastycznych zwierząt.

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My Madagacar Leaf-nosed Snake!😝 This girl eats anoles for me, they are strictly lizard eaters since a diet of rodents would be bad for them since their body isn’t designed to digest them. Vine Snakes are the same way! An occasional rodent is okay for them if they’ll eat it, many of them actually won’t! #leafnosedsnake #madagascar #langaha #bizarre #weird #colubrid #colubridsofinstagram #snake #snakesofinstagram #snakes #reptile #reptilesofinstagram #petstagram #animalsofinstagram #girlswithsnakes #girlswithreptiles #exoticpet #beautifulsnake #animalsofinstagram #herpetology #snek #instagood #instapet #instadaily #animallover #snakelover #reptilelover #reptilekeeper #herp

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♦️Tiger Wing Butterfly ♦️📸 : @richards_inverts – 🔻Scientific name: Tithorea harmonia 🔺Origin: Paraná, Brasil – The shininess of these chrysalids/pupae are just out of this world! 😊✨ . You can make out the distorted reflections of trees and the cloudy sky on the body of the chrysalis (even a silhouette of me with the phone camera), as if they’re coated in silver! 😮 ___________________________________ •📸 Camera: iPhone 7 ✖️✖️✖️✖️✖️ #Tithorea #Tithoreaharmonia #HarmoniaTigerWingButterfly #TigerWingButterfly #HarmoniaTigerWing #HarmoniaButterfly #TigerButterfly #Butterfly #Moth #Caterpillar #Borboleta #Mariposa #Nymphalidae #Lepidoptera #ButterfliesofInstagram #MothsofInstagram #CaterpillarsofInstagram #LepidopteraofInstagram #InsectsofInstagram #Animalsofinstagram #Entomology #BugsNotDrugs #Bug #Insect #Animal #Pet #Nature

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Photo by @joelsartore | Mexican honeypot ants are named for the incredible way they store resources. These ants are like tiny refrigerators, stashing food for the whole colony in anticipation of dry seasons. Designated worker ants called “repletes” hang from the ceiling of their nest, while foraging workers bring them nectar and juices from insect prey– which is edible with a sweet and tangy flavor. Their abdomens slowly become spherical and transparent as they swell with sugary liquids. They can reach the size of a small grape— some become so large that they cannot leave the nest! All of this work insures that the whole colony can eat even when food is not readily available. These little ants are so full of nutrients that they are often eaten by other animals— even humans. This is one of over 100 species of honeypot ant found in warm arid regions around the world. This species occurs in the southwestern US and northern Mexico, where they feed primarily on nectar and small insects. #honeypotant #PhotoArk

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