/r/weirdanimals

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This is a subreddit intended for those who are passionate about the weird, wacky world of animals to share their passion with others by sharing information on the uncommon, or just plain weird animals of the world.

Submit any pictures, gifs, articles, or websites of any strange animals you find cute, interesting, or that you just want to show to the reddit community

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/r/weirdanimals

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What on earth is this?

I’m freaking out that it’s a large rat, but I don’t see a tail

0 Comments
2024/05/09
17:11 UTC

6

Albino cockroach !? What the actual fuck

1 Comment
2024/05/04
07:56 UTC

10

Some sheep with only black heads and only white bodies

0 Comments
2024/04/21
18:52 UTC

5

Anyone knows what this is?

Does anybody knows what kind of insect this is? It has legs like spider but its also a furry butterfly? Whaaaaat?

3 Comments
2024/04/04
02:03 UTC

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Saw this lil guy in front of the same house twice. Anyone know what it is?

11 Comments
2024/03/15
01:04 UTC

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Any idea what this thing is?

Took this in Miami. I have no idea what this could be. Anyone got a clue?

5 Comments
2024/03/03
00:53 UTC

10

Glitching squirrel?

Outside my room I heard this little guy for a WHILE. Went outside to see what it was; it was doing this. Came close to me so I walked away

1 Comment
2024/02/21
17:47 UTC

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Found this dude while walking chickens today (work at a chicken farm)

0 Comments
2024/02/05
03:42 UTC

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I can’t believe sun bears are real animals

I love how weird they are 💛

0 Comments
2023/12/20
20:14 UTC

4

Spiders evolving???

So I’m not gonna lie I didn’t know where else to post this, now I know there’s a spider living in the crack in this big round wood support beam where I go to smoke (I live in a non-smoking complex) and this spider appears to have used hair to weave like a little porch out of the crack for him or something? It’s like weaved together in a weird way sticking out of his crack in the wood. Idk this might totally be normal spider behavior I’ve just never seen before and I’m being dumb but still thought I’d post

1 Comment
2023/12/14
07:10 UTC

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Someone knows the name of this? Suddenly they appeared in my home

3 Comments
2023/11/17
05:45 UTC

7

Any idea what this is?

South Texas

3 Comments
2023/11/02
23:53 UTC

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I saw this in from my hotel room today

It looks like some creatures with legs and wings. It couldn’t be a bird cause it has no head.

3 Comments
2023/10/12
11:27 UTC

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The Speckled Bear or Andean Bear

1 Comment
2023/10/05
11:43 UTC

12

Can someone told me what animal is this?

I took this picture on 2019 of this insect that appeared on the kitchen of the place I was working (it was aroubd 5:30am) and it was way bigger (the photo is zoomed). And when I tried to get closer to have a better shot it hide it and we never found it again. Its head were kind of those claws, the body was total black and its legs were orang

4 Comments
2023/09/23
03:46 UTC

11

What is this creature caught on my driveway camera?

r/weirdanimals r/strangecreature

4 Comments
2023/09/12
22:31 UTC

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Strandwolf

1 Comment
2023/08/29
01:44 UTC

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They don't have stomachs?!

0 Comments
2023/07/31
00:51 UTC

5

Anybody know what it is

3 Comments
2023/07/21
17:13 UTC

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Weird Deer. Anyone know what might be causing this coloration? Young male, looks like.

4 Comments
2023/07/08
22:35 UTC

5

Grandpa saw an animal

Hey so my grandpa starts talking about an animal he sees outside of his apartment building (for context it's in the glebe in Ottawa, Ontario) here's the discription he gave and I collected from an hour discussion:

Pointed nose, Reddish brown, Short to the ground, Friendly, Muscular, Foot or two long, Only sees it in the evening, Something about the feet (not sure what), Feels like a pig, short course hair, Fast, Comes right up let's him pet it and runs around fast, Dog like?, Anteater like?, And when showing him a bunch of photos the closest thing he said it looked like was a weasel.

Any ideas on that the heck this thing could be will be awesome.

6 Comments
2023/07/01
23:40 UTC

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In Costa Rica a female American Crocodile (18) had the world's first 'virgin birth'; she was living in isolation and created a fully developed croc fetus. 🐊🥚

1 Comment
2023/07/01
06:38 UTC

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What is this??

10 Comments
2023/06/03
01:03 UTC

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