The Amazonian Royal Flycatcher. This beautiful creation of Nature is an inhabitant of the equatorial evergreen rain forests in the Amazon basin. It prefers darting out from the branches of trees to trap flying insects and also plucks its prey from leaf surfaces.
Belonging to the Republic of Congo, the Okapi reminds you of a giraffe as well as a zebra at the same time. This species has those black and white zebra stripes on its body, but it is more deeply related to the giraffe family.
Living in dense forests, this small, fascinating creature has a height of around twenty inches and can be covered by a single leaf which perfectly justifies its name. Males are characterized by a horn that helps in distinguishing them from the females.
The Blue Dragon or Glaucus Atlanticus is another species of wonder that appears to be too unreal to exist! They are found in slightly warmer waters, and its stomach contains a sac filled with gas that helps it to remain afloat in the sea.
Undoubtedly one of the cutest and most cool animals that exist on earth is a red panda. Originating in the eastern part of a Himalayan range of mountains, this species survives on bamboo shoots, insects and other tiny creatures, is more active at night and the wee hours of dawn.