Evolution has played cruel games with certain animals, making them the target of man’s sense of humor. Here are some birds, animals, and insects with funny and strange names. Entomologist Paul Marsh named two wasp species in the genus Heerz. He called one Heerz tooya (Here’s to ya) and the other Heerz lukenatcha (Here’s lookin’ atcha)!
The blobfish lives at depths between 600 and 1,200 metres where the pressure is several dozen times higher than at sea level. Its gelatinous appearance aids it buoyancy, as it spends its life.
Little is known about the blobfish, as they are elusive and live in such deep waters of the ocean. Interesting Blobfish Facts 1. They were voted the worlds ugliest animal in a 2013 online poll. When the Ugly Animal Preservation Society needed a new mascot, they decided to put it to public vote. The blobfish was resoundingly named as the ugliest.
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A short simulation game where you design your own plants and animals, and put them in a world together.
In 1858, after nearly 30 years of research, he proposed his theory of evolution by natural selection. He explained his ideas about evolution in a book On the Origin of Species, published in 1859.