The animal world sometimes gets funny looking and makes us laugh, that happens just in particular times and situations and to some species. But, it’s funny to watch how it happens to us, humans. UNREAL SIDE for his readers has collected some of them to brighten your day or evening more or maybe just a little bit.
Bees Produce Coloured Honey
One day a French beekeeper in North-eastern found that the bees started to produce honey in shades of blue and green.
The mystery of the colored honey was soon resolved as it was revealed the bees were feeding on remnants of colored M&M candy shells, which were being processed by a biogas plant roughly 2.5 miles (4 kilometers) away from their hive.
The waste-processing plant has confirmed they will now store the candy remains in a covered hall, leaving these pesky bees to return to collecting nectar from flowers to make the honey we all know and love.
A Turtle with “mohawk hair” on his head.
This turtle with a green mohawk is one of the most endangered reptiles in the world
It’s not every day you see a turtle with a Mohawk, Mary River turtle is eye-catching for this stylish feature, and it is also known as a butt-breather, or a reptile that can breathe through its genitals.
People describe it as having a “punk” or “Mohawk” hairdo. But it’s actually algae that grow on the turtle’s shell, head, and other body parts because the reptile spends long stretches of time underwater.
A funny-looking nose Proboscis monkey
The proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus) or long-nosed monkey, known as the bekantan in Indonesia, is an arboreal Old World monkey with an unusually large nose, a reddish-brown skin color, and a long tail.
Male probosci’s monkeys use their fleshy, pendulous noses to attract mates. Scientists think these outsize organs create an echo chamber that amplifies the monkey’s call, impressing females and intimidating rival males.