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22 Animal X-Rays That Will Amaze You

  • 1

    A Bat

    Bat
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  • 2

    A Trout

    Shofar

    Trout are an important food source for humans and wildlife, including brown bears and birds of prey.

  • 3

    A Kangaroo

    Dinosaur

    Kangaroos are marsupials that are endemic to Australia.

  • 4

    A Dog

    Skeleton

    The fastest dogs have been clocked at speeds of up to 45 miles per hour.

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  • 5

    The Chameleon

    Dinosaur

    The long, prehensile tale and the horns are clues that this is a horned chameleon.

  • 6

    A Cat

    X-ray

    The rounder skull and ears should tip you off that this is some kind of feline.

  • 7

    Bullfrog

    Blue

    Bullfrogs are used in biology classes in schools for dissection and are sometimes kept as pets. They are very common and not at all endangered.

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  • 8

    Piranha

    Fish

    Piranha are known for their sharp teeth and powerful jaws that can quickly reduce an animal to a skeleton.

  • 9

    Squirrel Monkey

    X-ray

    The humanlike skull should tip you off that this is a primate; the slight frame is a clue that it's not a gorilla.

  • 10

    A Horse

    Radiography

    Those flat, elongated teeth should immediately tip you off that you are looking at a horse.

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  • 11

    Kiwis

    X-ray

    Kiwis are flightless birds with elongated, narrow beaks that are native to New Zealand.

  • 12

    Woolly Mammoth

    Skeleton

    Although the woolly mammoth went extinct thousands of years ago, occasionally wonderfully preserved specimens like this baby mammoth are found in permafrost.

  • 13

    Peregrine Falcon

    Joint

    The peregrine falcon can reach speeds of up to 200 mph during its high-speed dives.

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  • 14

    Stingrays

    Joint

    Most stingrays have one or more barbed stingers on the tail, which are used for self-defense.

  • 15

    Pelicans

    X-ray

     Pelicans are characterized by a long beak and an expandable throat pouch used for catching prey and draining water from the scooped up contents before swallowing.

  • 16

    Guinea pigs

    Radiography

    Guinea pigs are not from Guinea, and are not pigs. They are rodents that originated in the Andes.

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  • 17

    Sea Snail

    Feather

    The Venus comb murex is a species of large, predatory sea snail.

  • 18

    Turtles

    Organism

    Turtles are reptiles that all have bony shells that act as protective shields.

  • 19

    Cows

    Bovine

    A cow has one stomach with four separate compartments to help it digest all the grass it consumes.

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  • 20

    Lizards

    Fish

    Lizards are reptiles that live on every continent except Antarctica.

  • 21

    Sea Shells

    Leaf

    Mollusk shells wash up on the beach after the animals inside die.

  • 22

    Hammerhead Shark

    X-ray - 1 cm

    It may look like an alien, but it's actually the elongated skull of the hammerhead shark.

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