Rare animal species found in this world

Armadillo girdled lizard (Cordylus cataphractus)

Armadillo girdled lizard (Cordylus cataphractus), a lizard found exclusively in the deserts of South Africa.

Armadillo girdled lizard is a lizard founded in desert areas of South Africa. This lizard is also termed as golden armadillo lizard, armadillo spiny tailed lizard. They almost comprise of adults, subadults & juveniles. They eat insects, , terites, millipides, scorpions and plants.


Sheared Alpacas
Sheared Alpacas found in Texas, U.S.A

Alpaca is usually founded in South America. Alpacas resemble to Liama but is smaller than that of Liama. these alpacas are bred for their fiber which is used for knitting.

Amazonian Royal Flycatcher

Amazonian Royal Flycatcher
Amazonian Royal Flycatcher, Amazone

Amazone royal flycatcher is found in forests of Amazon in North Bolivia. Royal flycatcher belongs to Tyrannidae family of birds. They depend on insects for food.

Gypsy Vanner Horse

Gypsy Vanner Horse, U.S.A

Gypsy horse is a rare horse bred by Gypsies. Gypsy is the most beautiful horse having long, flowing manes, and profusion of feathers extending towards legs. This profusion of feathers makes them feel as if they are flying while running.

Ornate Hawk eagle

Ornate hawk eagle, Southern Mexico

Ornate Hawk eagle is founded in North America, specially in Mexico. Ornate hawk is founded in forest. It depends on flesh for food that includes birds such as macaws, chickens, squirrels, rats, mammals, toucans, squirrel monkey.

Tibetan Mastiff 

Tibetan Mastiff – the most expensive dog in the world

Tibetan Mastiff is founded in Tibet, Himachal Pradesh, Uttrakhand regions.

Sunda Flying Leur

Sunda flying leur, Eastern Myanmar

Velvet-purple Coronet (Boissonneaua jardini)

Velvet-purple Coronet (Boissonneaua jardini), North West Ecuador

Roseate Spoonbill

Roseate Spoonbill, North America

Pink Snake

World’s most deadly Pink snake

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