The Rarest Animals in the World

Here are some of the rarest animals in the world. You probably haven’t heard of some of them since they’re so rare. Some you may have heard of and know that they’re rare since they are critically endangered.


Tarsiers

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Okapi

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Golden Tabby Tiger

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Variegated Spider Monkey

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Blue-Eyed Black Lemur

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Yellow-Tailed Woolly Monkey

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Vampire Squid 
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Golden Lion Tamarin

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Perrier’s Sifaka

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Sea Pig

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Welcome! My name is HilLesha. I reside in Evansville, Indiana with my husband, our two children (an energetic, yet loveable 8 year old boy and 2 year old girl), and three parakeets. I've been in the Marketing and Advertising field since I was 17 years old. I launched my first website in 2004, and now currently have four active blogs - Fashion Fling, To the Motherhood, House of Bella, and The Beauty Counter. I enjoy traveling, photography, going on road trips, concerts, museums, driving with no destination in mind, historical places, history, gardening, nature, going to the riverfront, movies, music, vintage clothing, yoga, fashion, antiques, old movies, reading, flea markets, yard sales, bargain shopping, and anything that piques my interest.

Comments

  1. I've never seen pictures of these animals before…That is awesome!

  2. They're all adorable but the Golden Tabby Tiger is beautiful!

  3. I've seen most but not all. The Golden Tabby Tiger and the Sea Pig are new to me. Very cool!

  4. Wow. The sea pig is just bizarre!

  5. The Golden Tabby Tiger isn’t a species, it’s a colour morph. Like the white tiger. I don’t think it occurs naturally – at least only very, very rarely.
    Of course, all tiger species ARE endangered so it still counts.
    And so gorgeous!

    Tarsier are not considered crititally endangered either. But the Perrier’s sifaka most certainly is (he’s what lead me here).

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