Another week, another Mystery Creature; this one is fascinating. Some of its characteristics include being poor at flying and eating only plants (a herbivore), which is fairly uncommon among birds. This unusual bird also shares a feature with the
What did you think of last week’s Mystery Creature? An unusual looking fish, I’m sure you’ll agree. Did you guess what it was? It was a hairy frog fish (Antennarius species)!
This is a wonderful looking fish, as soon as I spotted him on twitter, I knew he would be great for the Mystery Creature spot this week.
Do you know what this is?…
Image credit: SteveChilds; Image source: wikicommons
Remember, you can ask questions
This week’s Mystery Creature was certainly a bizzare looking insect; it looked like a hybrid of a fly and a scorpion, which is why it is aptly named as the
Nature is truly amazing, isn’t it? Just looking at the diversity of creatures on this planet confirms that. This week’s mystery creature is a very bizarre looking insect, and an excellent example of just how creative mother nature really
How did you do with this week’s mystery creature? A cute but unusual looking animal, don’t you think? Some say it has a face like a cat and a body like a bear which is why it is commonly called the bearcat
This week starts with a wet and humid day, not unlike the climate that this creature may experience… do you know what it is?
Image credit:Tassilo Rau
Remember, ask questions if you want some clues and be sure to check back at the end of the week
We had lots of junior scientists having a guess at this week’s Mystery creature, how did you do? Most guessed it was a shark, but to be exact…
It was an epaulette shark (Hemiscyllium
The Mystery Creature posts are back! And here is the first of the year… do you know what it is? It can do something that no other members of its species can, do you know what that is?
Feel free to have some guesses or ask some questions. As always
This week’s Mystery Creature is a very unusual mammal… can you name it?
Image credit: Lip Kee Yap.
If you know what it is let me know here or on social media. If you don’t why not do a bit of research or, better yet, entertain