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Horny Toads are often seen around our property http://tanqueverderanch.com/

Horny Toads are often seen around our property http://tanqueverderanch.com/

Cute little reptile! We had horned toads on our ranch in North Texas  when I was a girl. They have disappeared. Sad.

Cute little reptile! We had horned toads on our ranch in North Texas when I was a girl. They have disappeared. Sad.

The Satanic Leaf Tailed Gecko is like a real life Dragon! A comment indicates that the wings are fake?

The Satanic Leaf Tailed Gecko is like a real life Dragon! A comment indicates that the wings are fake?

To "cry crocodile tears" is a common expression used for depicting fake sadness. Crocodiles really do weep while feasting, but not due to remorse. Their eyes can froth and bubble during the feeding. Air pushed through the sinuses could mix with tears in the animal's tear glands, and the whole content could be emptied into the eye, resulting in the tears.

To "cry crocodile tears" is a common expression used for depicting fake sadness. Crocodiles really do weep while feasting, but not due to remorse. Their eyes can froth and bubble during the feeding. Air pushed through the sinuses could mix with tears in the animal's tear glands, and the whole content could be emptied into the eye, resulting in the tears.

Top 10 Strangest Wild Animals in The World

Top 10 Strangest Wild Animals in The World

Desert Horned Lizard These reptiles look like mythical dragons – without the wings. But instead of shooting fire out of their mouths, they can actually shoot blood out of their eyes!

A butterfly perches on the head of an Amazon River Turtle. Photographer Nate Chappell spotted the cheeky insect hitching a ride near the Amazon River in Ecuador.

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A butterfly perches on the head of an Amazon River Turtle. Photographer Nate Chappell spotted the cheeky insect hitching a ride near the Amazon River in Ecuador.

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