Okapis (cousins of giraffes) have black tongues that measure up to 15 inches long. The tongues are sticky and prehensile, which is helpful for grasping hard-to-reach foliage. Okapis also use their tongues for cleaning, and they can easily reach all the way back to their ears!
The Pine Processionary( Thaumetopoea pityocampa)They "march" nose-to-tail creating long columns The urticating hairs of the caterpillar larvae cause harmful reactions in humans and other mammals. they "march" nose-to-tail creating long columns
A small opening in the central disk of a brittle star serves both as mouth and anus. Brittle stars are primarily scavengers, and they use their long, flexible arms to bring food towards the orifice, alternately ingesting and egesting organic matter.
Red-lipped Batfish - found around the Galapagos Islands at depths of 100 feet or more. Batfish are not good swimmers; they use their highly-adapted pectoral fins to “walk” on the ocean floor. It eats shrimps, small fish, crabs, etc.
Penguins may lack teeth, but they have backward facing spines in their throats that grip and guide fish down. This photo of a rockhopper penguin was taken by Will Burrard-Lucas on the Falkland Islands.
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Insect with Singing Penis A small water boatman of the species Micronecta scholtzi is seen in this photo from the University of Strathclyde Glasgow. The insect has been found to use its penis to perform a very loud mating call.
The Brazilian pygmy gecko has hydrophobic skin that water cannot penetrate. The gecko is also super small and lightweight, maxing out at about an inch long. Being tiny and water repellant, it is virtually unsinkable and can sit right on the surface of water.