Animals·Posted on Mar 1, 201915 Pics Of Unusual Animals That Will Make You Say "Wait What IS That?"Capybaras, dugongs, and penis snakes, oh my!by Tina BlechBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. The binturong, AKA the bearcat BuzzFeed / Getty Images These mammals aren't related to bears OR cats, but apparently (and confusingly) they smell distinctly like popcorn! 2. The red-lipped batfish Chris Newbert / picture alliance / Minden Pictur This unusual lipstick-lookin fish is only found in the Galapagos, and it's also famous for using its fins to "walk around" as pseudo-legs! 3. The Atretochoana eiselti, AKA the Penis Snake View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @undefined This caecilian species was first discovered in Brazil in 2011 and most likely breathes through its skin. 4. The ocean sunfish Mikrus / Getty Images Also known as the common mola, this is the heaviest bony fish in the world and can grow to be as large as 14 feet x 10 feet!! They also apparently hang out near the water's surface so that seabirds can rip parasites off their body, so that's uh, cool. 5. The muntjac, AKA the barking deer View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @undefined These are, yes, FANGED deer who weirdly have fewer chromosomes than a fruit fly!! 6. The goblin shark View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @undefined This rare deep-sea shark have been mostly spotted off the coast of Japan, and so they're named for their resemblance to mythical goblins from Japanese folklore. 7. The naked mole-rat View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @undefined As all Kim Possible fans know, the naked mole-rat is a type of rodent that lives in communities, often led by one dominant queen. 8. The pink fairy armadillo Cliff/Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic / Via commons.wikimedia.org This tiny species of armadillo lives in Argentina and spends most of its life digging underground. 9. The blobfish View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @undefined This fish has extremely soft bones and gelatinous flesh that helps it survive living under a ton of deep-sea pressure (and is also why they look like a gooey puddle when they're out of the ocean!). 10. The purple frog View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @undefined This endangered frog is found in the Western Ghats of India and lives most of its life underground. 11. The pangolin, AKA the scaly anteater BuzzFeed / Getty Images These are technically not that closely related to actual anteaters, but they are able to roll up into a ball and are covered in scales. 12. The capybara BuzzFeed / Getty Images As the world's largest rodent, capybaras are closely related to guinea pigs and love being around water. 13. The star-nosed mole View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @undefined As the world's fastest eater, the star-nosed mole can find and eat an insect or worm in a quarter of a second! 14. The Sunda flying lemur View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @undefined The Sunda flying lemur has an extremely light and thin skeleton, which helps them glide up over distances up to 100 meters. 15. And finally, the dugong BuzzFeed / Getty Images Often confused with its close relative, the manatee, dugongs have fluked tails (like whales have) and small tusks. This post was translated from German.