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Whoa, check this out! This creature is a type of armadillo.
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Why do you think it has those scales on its back?!
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Some armadillos curl up into a ball to defend themselves. Those scales act like a shield!
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This is called a Tarsier. It’s a primate, the same family that includes monkeys.
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Why do you think its eyes are so big?!
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Tarsiers are nocturnal—they only come out at night. Bigger eyes help them see better in the dark!
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Believe it or not, this is real! This is called a Star-nosed Mole.
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The Star-nosed Mole has these weird tentacles on its snout. What do you think it uses them for?
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Moles live underground and have poor eyesight. This mole uses these to feel around in the dark!
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Scientists keep discovering new animals in the deep sea. This one we discovered a few years ago!
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Some people call it the “headless chicken fish”— but it’s not actually a fish. Can you guess what it is?
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It’s actually a type of animal called a sea cucumber. They’re related to sea stars (starfish)!
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Here’s another one discovered recently on a deep sea dive. Can you guess its name?
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It’s called the Blobfish! They live at depths of 1 km (½ mile) along the bottom of the ocean.
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