Ugly Animals: List of Ugliest Animals with Interesting Facts

What are ugly animals? Nature did not create every animal as equal. Some animals are considered cute by the human standard, such as dogs, cats, pandas, and even bears. Some do not meet the criterion that we humans have. Some people may see one creature as different, while others would consider it as unique and special.

But let us talk about ugly animals, and why we consider them as such.

Ugly Animals

We view ugly animals as unsightly because of their weird features, where some have a terrifying expression while others have no face. Ugly animals are freakish or unsettling according to human standards, and the visuals they present are not just what we are used to.

List of Ugly Animals

Here are some samples of the world’s ugliest animals.

  • Naked Mole Rat
  • Red-Headed Vulture
  • Aye-Aye
  • Blobfish
  • Horseshoe Bat
  • Giant Chinese Salamander
  • Proboscis Monkey
  • Californian Condor
  • Elephant Seal
  • Roti Island Snake Necked Turtle
  • Monkfish
  • Marabou Stork
  • Titicaca Frog
  • Warthog
  • Star-nosed Mole
  • Kakapo

Ugly Animals | Facts & Pictures

Blobfish

These fish live deep in the ocean and have a gelatinous appearance. They look like a ball of slime because of their gooey and pudding-like flesh features. They are considered the world’s ugliest animal at one point, and they are endemic off the coast of Australia and Tasmania.

Naked Mole Rat

These rats are like rats that you see on sewers that haven’t eaten in decades and looked like they are about to die of old age. But Naked Mole Rats are just that – blind and bald. They can be found in the underground environment and are closely related to chinchillas, guinea pigs, and porcupines. Naked Mole Rats may look bald, but there are fine hairs all over their body that help them feel their surroundings.

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Aye-Aye

This creature is a primate found in Madagascar. They are frightening because of their bony and witch-like features. Their unusual traits like large ears, piercing eyes, and massive teeth make them look scary. Aye-Aye’s usual meal includes various insects, larvae, nectar, honey, and fruits.

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Monkfish

This fish may look freaky, but we can now find them on the menus of popular restaurants. They are a delicacy and considered tasteful by people who have tried tasting a recipe with Monkfish in it. They look bizarre with their enormous head, razor-like teeth, mottled skin, and their hideous overbite.

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Titicaca Frog (Scrotum Frog)

We can find this species in the high Andes around Lake Titicaca and have baggy skin, and loose body folds that help them increase oxygen absorption. They are also an endangered animal because they are a favorite inclusion for frog juice drink that helps enhance sexual urge. They feed on amphipods, snails, insects, and tadpoles.

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Elephant Seal

During sexual maturity, male Elephant Seal grows a giant nose that gives them an ominous look. It will continuously grow for five years. They are not just ugly, but they can be vicious as they want to control an area of the beach where there are female Elephant Seals against other male Elephant Seals. When they fight each other, it can become bloody, vicious and they end up having a more repulsive appearance because of the scars and wounds.

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Giant Chinese Salamander

This animal can grow up to two meters long. We find them in mountain streams and lakes in China. They are great at preying on fish, frogs, crayfish, crabs, and snails.

They can weigh up to thirty kilos and can live up from sixty to eighty years.

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Ugly Animals | Picture

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