Ah, Pink creatures from the sea! This could be a Photoshop Job, for all I know. Nevertheless, it pleases me.
Yes, it exists; an eight-inch long, flourescent Pink Slug! These eye-catching creatures have been spotted only on Mount Kaputar, a 5,000-foot peak in the Nandewar Range in northern New South Wales, Australia. Read more about how they probably got there at This Link!
Thanks to both Michelle and Zombo for the Tip!
The Pink Fairy Armadillo is the smallest species of armadillo, growing only to approximately 3½ – 4½ inches long, excluding its tail. It is found in central Argentina, where it inhabits dry grasslands and sandy plains with thorn bushes and cacti. It has the ability to bury itself completely in a matter of seconds if frightened. Me gusta!
Here at the Pink Pages of Worleygig Dot Com, we are ever on the vigilant hunt for things that are pink, which we can then entertain and amaze you with by featuring them on blog. Happy Fun. We found Ben – who is a type of Mexican neotenic mole salamander known as an Axolotl – featured on Zooillogix, a site devoted to bizarre zoology, where the tagline is “Don’t stick your fingers in the cage!” Look how cute he is!