Usually found in northern India, this large species of crocodile spends most of its life in the water. The bulbous growth on the nose of males is used during mating to produce gurgling and bubbling sounds.
Naked Neck Chicken
An uncommon sight on any continent except for Europe, it goes without saying, but this breed of chicken has feathers everywhere except for its neck.
This is one of the few species of mammals capable of producing toxic saliva, and it was the dominant predator on the island of Hispaniola prior to colonization. However, it has not developed any effective defenses to ward off predators that were introduced by human settlers, like dogs and cats.
Related to storks and also known as a Whalehead, it’s obvious where this east African bird gets its name from. It’s one of the largest birds in the world and can grow to be over 3 feet (1 meter) tall.
A very unique looking antelope, the Saiga is known for its distinctive nose that protrudes down over its mouth. It reproduces efficiently in spite of human encroachment upon its habitat, although in recent years it has become more endangered.