CRAZY WEIRD ANIMALS

By: Adrian Heckart

Sea Pig

Facts
  • 4-6 inches long
  • live 3.7 miles under the ocean
  • they host weird parasites


Quotes

According to Dave Pawson, "Smithsonian Curator of Echinoderms you can also often see this species all oriented in a particular direction facing into the current, where they are presumably rooting around, searching for better and fresher goo to eat.”


Cites

http://echinoblog.blogspot.com/2009/07/because-you-demanded-it-sea-pig-aka.html

https://motwc.wordpress.com/2011/02/15/the-worlds-strangest-rarest-animals/


Paraphrase

The sea pig is 4-6 inches long, and lives about 4 miles under the ocean. They also host weird parasites.

Nomura's Jellyfish

Facts


  • approximately 2 meters long
  • live primarily by Japan and China
  • they can weigh up to 660 pounds



Quotes

Anne Sexton says, “Though no one can ever know,I don't think he has a face. He had a face when I was six and a half. Now he is large, covering up the sky like a great resting jellyfish.”


Cites

http://www.moviequotedb.com/movies/madagascar/character_1465.html

https://motwc.wordpress.com/2011/02/15/the-worlds-strangest-rarest-animals/


Paraphrase

Nomura’s Jellyfish is about 2 meters long, and are located by China and Japan’s seas. They can incredibly weigh up to 660 pounds.

Aye-aye

Facts


  • is a species of the lemur family
  • size is relative to 16 inches
  • lives in Madagascar


Quotes

“Shush! We are hiding! Everyone be quiet, including me. Shhh! Who's making that noise?! Oh, it's me again.” King Julian said in Madagascar the Movie.


Cites

http://www.moviequotedb.com/movies/madagascar/character_1465.html

https://motwc.wordpress.com/2011/02/15/the-worlds-strangest-rarest-animals/


Paraphrase

The Aye-aye is a type of lemur and is quite small that is relative to 16 inches where they live in Madagascar.