7. The Cobalt Blue Tarantula
Found throughout both Myanmar and Thailand, these spiders have a very distinct look. Cobalt Blue Tarantulas are are bright blue with patches of yellow and white.
8. The Ayam Cemani Rooster
This is a breed of chicken that looks unlike almost any other bird on the planet. The Ayam Cemani Rooster is all black from head to toe.
9. The Pink Robin
This is a bird that lives in Australia. In addition to having bright pink feathers, the Pink Robin lays uniquely colored eggs. These eggs can be green, blue, grey, or white and have light purple spots on them.
10. The Lilac Breated Roller
Interestingly enough, this is the national bird for both Botswana and Kenya. Known as the Lilac Breated Roller, this is a bird native to Africa.
11. The American Lobster
This is actually an uncommon form of a very common critter. Unlike many other lobsters, this version of the American Lobster has a slight genetic mutation that makes it completely blue.
12. The Gecarcinus Quadratus
Going by many names, such as the “Halloween crab” or the “moon crab,” this animal lives on land along coasts. If you head to the beach and look around for a while, there’s a good chance that you will find a Gecarcinus Quadratus crab.