#22. Hair Ice
Though it looks like fluffy white hair sprouting out of plants, this is actually the combination of cold temperatures and a plant-found bacteria that raises the plant’s freezing point.
#23. The Blobfish
The blobfish lives off the coasts of Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand, and always looks like it’s disappointed in you.
#24. Bergamasco Sheepdog
Bred to work in the chilly Alps, the Bergamasco sheepdog evolved to grow thick dreads to keep it warm.
#25. Ring-Tailed Cat
This “cat” is actually a member of the raccoon family, and it lives in the dries regions of North America.
#26. Transparent Sea Cucumber
The Enypniastes lives at depths up to 16,400 feet. The red area pictured is the creature’s mouth.
#27. Star-Nosed Mole
Oddly adorable, these moles have tentacles on their noses. The tentacles give them a great sense of touch – which is lucky, because the star-nosed mole is mostlyblind.
#28. Cicada Emerging From Its Shell.
Cicada’s are the coolest, loudest insect, and there are more than 1,500 species of them.