Do You Know this Kind of Animal? - part 1

Tuesday, April 28, 2020
Eyes and bright color (credit to News Nation)

The above image shows black thing with sections of two small spots and the blue section. You may guess what group of this animal? Few choices in vertebrate classification:

- fish
- amphibian
- reptile
- birds
- mammals

Just for hints that this animal live the tropical country, endemic to New Guinea. Ernst Mayr, Germany evolutionary biologist discovered this animal in 1930

First, this animal was described as sub species. Then, the animal included as very new species in 2018.

This new species, actually part of 50 species exist in the world. Many species are very rare, and live in certain areas only.

Since, females are very low in number, the males attract a female by distinctive dance. The competitions are very intensely fierce among males to get attention from a female.

Now, can you guess (what kind of animal it is)?

I will post the answer in the part 2.

32 comments:

  1. 😲😲😲wow... maybe a kind of fish???

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    1. I will post the answer

      Thank you to visit:
      Do You Know this Kind of Animal? - part 1
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      Eyes and bright color (credit to News Nation)

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  2. Very interesting animal , I don't know this animal 😊 thanks for your sharing...

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  3. Can't wait to find out what this is!

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      Do You Know this Kind of Animal? - part 1
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      - fish
      - amphibian
      - reptile
      - birds
      - mammals

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  4. I dont know what it is. I think its live in the water??

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    1. Thank you to visit:
      Do You Know this Kind of Animal? - part 1
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      Just for hints that this animal live the tropical country, endemic to New Guinea. Ernst Mayr, Germany evolutionary biologist discovered this animal in 1930

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  5. I bet on something from the species of marine animals 😉
    but I'm curious what it is 😊
    greetings
    Lili

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      Do You Know this Kind of Animal? - part 1
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      First, this animal was described as sub species. Then, the animal included as very new species in 2018.

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  6. How strange is this animal Tanza !! Could it be a bird? I say this because I have seen how some birds dance wanting to attract a female. Although I don't know, maybe it's a fish? There are many strange animals in the world, and many species that we still don´t know.
    Look forward to see the second part of your post. Thanks so much.
    I wish you a very nice afternoon, stay safe and big hugs,
    Caty

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    1. Yes, indeed...

      Thank you to visit:
      Do You Know this Kind of Animal? - part 1
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      This new species, actually part of 50 species exist in the world. Many species are very rare, and live in certain areas only.

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    1. Thank you to visit:
      Do You Know this Kind of Animal? - part 1
      -
      Since, females are very low in number, the males attract a female by distinctive dance. The competitions are very intensely fierce among males to get attention from a female.

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      Do You Know this Kind of Animal? - part 1
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      Now, can you guess (what kind of animal it is)?

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  9. Very interesting!! I have no idea. It looks like it is on a tree limb so I wold say some kind of bird but it's just a guess.

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    1. Thank you to visit:
      Do You Know this Kind of Animal? - part 1
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      I will post the answer in the part 2.

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  10. No, I have no clue what kind of animal it is. It looks odd but very interesting.
    I am waiting for the part 2 to have an answer!

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    1. Thank you to visit:
      Do You Know this Kind of Animal? - part 1
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      Eyes and bright color (credit to News Nation)

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    1. Thank you to visit:
      Do You Know this Kind of Animal? - part 1
      -
      The above image shows black thing with sections of two small spots and the blue section. You may guess what group of this animal? Few choices in vertebrate classification:

      Delete
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    1. Thank you to visit:
      Do You Know this Kind of Animal? - part 1
      -
      - fish
      - amphibian
      - reptile
      - birds
      - mammals

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  13. Thank you for information. Very interesting.

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    1. Thank you to visit:
      Do You Know this Kind of Animal? - part 1
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      Just for hints that this animal live the tropical country, endemic to New Guinea. Ernst Mayr, Germany evolutionary biologist discovered this animal in 1930

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  14. I think it is a fish or and amphibian, so interesting!

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    1. Thank you to visit:
      Do You Know this Kind of Animal? - part 1
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      First, this animal was described as sub species. Then, the animal included as very new species in 2018.

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    1. Thank you to visit:
      Do You Know this Kind of Animal? - part 1
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      This new species, actually part of 50 species exist in the world. Many species are very rare, and live in certain areas only.

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  16. I have no idea! I'll have to wait for your "reveal" post :)

    www.thepulpitandthepen.com

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    1. Thank you to visit:
      Do You Know this Kind of Animal? - part 1
      -
      Since, females are very low in number, the males attract a female by distinctive dance. The competitions are very intensely fierce among males to get attention from a female.

      Delete