Found in a restricted section of the Amazon rain forest in Brazil, these new world monkeys are our first contestant.
Named after a Chinese prefecture, these floppy eared pigs are known for their large litters and prolific reproduction.
These critically endangered antelopes live on the desert steppes of Kazakhstan and Mongolia and are known for their over sized and flexible noses.
Aardvarks are strange enough with their fur.
Commonly known as fruit bats they are the largest bats in the world.
With bald heads, red faces, short tails, and loose hair, these monkeys have an interesting sense of style.
Along with the platypus this is the only living mammal that lays eggs.
Meaning “iron dog” in English, this breed is found in the eastern Caribbean. It has almost no hair except for a tuft on the head.
Although they are a rare sight, this nocturnal marsupial will leave ample evidence of passing as it treats fences as minor inconveniences and leaves its distinctive cubic feces everywhere.
These large pig looking herbivores are actually most closely related to whales and porpoises.
Those eyes alone qualified it for our list.
Since it’s discovery in 1861 only 36 of these small Cuban creatures have every been caught. They are also the only mammal ever discovered with venomous saliva.
These slow moving creatures are often home to a number of other organisms including moths, beetles, fungi, and algae.
Snub Nosed Monkey
It’s the forward facing nostrils that gave them their name.
Having been known to charge humans, these pig like creatures inhabit most of Central America.
We know, he’s really cute in the Lion King. But have you seen him in real life?
This list should probably just be called “animals with insanely large, floppy noses”.
Dogs don’t have to be the only hairless household pets in the world.
This nickname was given to a creature captured in China on April 5, 2010. Scientists believed it was a civet that lost its hair due to disease but since then the world hasn’t heard much of anything concerning the animal.
With huge claws and tentacles shoting out of its nose there is more than one way to argue the ugliness of this creature.
Found on Madagascar, aye-ayes are often killed strung up by villagers because they are thought to be a bad omen. With recent rain forest destruction the killings have increased.
Griffin’s Leaf-nosed Bat
You thought we were done with strange noses? Well think again because we have one more for you…
Male Proboscis Monkey
It even has the word “nose” in the name.
Naked Mole Rat
Fun fact: these guys have a lack of pain sensation in their skin.
Sam the Chinese Crested
Although not all Chinese Crested dogs are this hideous, Sam won the title three years in a row until he died in 2005 of health problems.