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10 Truly Eccentric Organisms

Most species of organisms are unrecognized for their unique, versatile abilities, appearance and existence. When we think of organisms we often think of the typical dog, cat and other household pets. When we think of wild organisms, we think of zebras, lions, monkeys and other animals seen in habitats that are known for housing wild animals, like zoos. When thinking of aquatic organisms we think of jellyfish, goldfish, and sharks. We have become accustomed to a stereotype of the organisms that form each label of organisms; people are becoming ignorant to the variety and eccentricity of organisms we have among us today. This following list is of 10 eccentric organisms, showing the plethora of organisms within each species.

10

Sea Pig

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Sea pigs are sea creatures closely related to sea cucumbers, belonging to the kingdom Animalia. These aquatic organisms are about four inches in length, and have 10 tentacles with tub like feet that are used not for swimming, but for marching along the ocean floor. Sea pigs are bottom feeders and detect food by scent; they remove organic particles from the mud with their deflating and inflating tentacles and eat the particles trapped in their tentacles. These sea creatures obtained their name from their pink-tint and chubby body, do not fall short of idiosyncrasy.

9

Yeti Crab

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The yeti crab was only discovered in 2005 by Marine biologists in the Pacific Ocean. This organism resembles the mythical organism yeti with its hair-like sinuous, and resides in the hydrothermal vents of the pacific ocean that protrude a toxic liquid that to the average organism would be deadly. This organism is not well-researched yet, but its albino-like eyes suggest that the organism may be blind and it is suspected to feed off of the toxic minerals from the hydrothermal vents.


8

Viperfish

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The viperfish, which can easily be recognized from the Disney film “Finding Nemo” with its hinged lower-jaw containing long stringy, pointy teeth, is a deepwater fish that lives in tropical and temperate waters. The viperfish varies from 12 to 24 inches in length and swims in depths from 250 to 5,000 feet. Although the viperfish is frightening in appearance, it is preyed on by sharks and even dolphins! This fish can live up to 40 years and holds the Guinness world record for largest teeth in comparison to head size in a fish.

7

Japanese Spider Crab

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This marine crab is the biggest arthropod in the word in overall size containing eight legs. The Japanese spider crab is found about 150-800 meters deep off the southern coasts of the Japanese island Honshu and has a leg span of 3.6 meters. This crab can live up to a miraculous 100 years and are known to be calm animals. The Japanese spider crab feeds off animal carcasses, plants and shellfish; they could be considered the vulture of the sea.

6

Giant Isopod

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The giant isopod, a crustacean living in the Atlantic Ocean, is an alien-looking sea creature that exists in the pitch darkness of the bathypelagic zone in depths as deep as 7,020 feet. This interesting organism has stayed relatively the same for the past 130 million years! The giant isopod can be up to 14 inches in length and up to 30 inches in height and have four sets of jaws. The giant isopod is a scavenger that feeds with its four sets of jaws, on dead whales, fish, and squid. This organism has the ability to survive without food for more than eight weeks!

5

Chinese Giant Salamander

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The Chinese giant salamander has stayed almost exactly the same in resemblance as its ancestors of 30 million years. This organism is the largest known salamander in existence and its habitats include mountain streams and lakes of China. This salamander can grow up to 73 inches in length and have lived up to 80 years at a time. The Giant Salamander does not have eyelids, and therefore has poor vision and rely on sensory nodes to detect possible vibrations made by predators. This amphibian has the ability to breathe through the pores and wrinkles in the skin and is mainly a nocturnal animal that hunts during the night feeding on crabs, crayfish, fish, frogs, insects, shrimps, snails and worms.


4

Olm

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This proteus, aquatic, snake-like amphibian is a blind organism that lives in the caves of the subterranean waters. The Olm is about 8-12 inches and the small fragile superior limbs contain three fingers and the inferior limbs containing two. The olm’s skin resembles the color and texture of humans and is sometimes recognized as the “human fish” for its skin. The olm has not only external gills but also has lungs that are rarely actually used during the respiratory process. Due to their eyes that lay deep beneath the dermis and only somewhat detect light, the olm is dependent on their acute sense of smell and hearing abilities to survive.

3

Giant Grenadier

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The giant grenadier is the only member of the Albatrossia genus that is found along the north Pacific part of Japan to the Okhotsk and Bering seas. This fish can reach up to seven feet in length and has been proven to live up to at least 56 years-old. The Giant Grenadier feeds mainly on different species of squids, crabs, worms, shrimps and echinoderms and is well known for its frightening resemblance to snakes with its long pointy tail and its large eyes.


2

King of Herrings

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This fish, also known as the oarfish is the longest bony fish in existence. It is found in depths from 300-1000 meters in any of the world’s oceans. The king of Herrings remains in deep waters and does not surface often; typically if it surfaces, it dies when doing so. This 16 foot long fish was first discovered washed up dead on the shore in Bermuda in 1860. It is believed by scientists that the great myth of a sea serpent could have branched off of a king of herrings sighting. Despite that, this organism is a fish, it does not have any scales and although frightening in size, is not a threat to the human race based on its small teeth and one dorsal fin.

1

Angora Rabbit

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This cuddly creature is a domestic rabbit bred for long and soft wool. They originate from Angora, Turkey, are affable companions for those looking for a pet, and live up to seven years when well taken care of. There are five types of Angora rabbit breeds including English, German, Giant, French and Satin. The Angora rabbit can be up to 12 pounds and in spite of their large fluffy appearance, are very active creatures.



  • mrsledzepper1991

    Very weird and interesting list. The Yeti crab looks like its wearing leg warmers LOL

    • Nocturnesthesia

      The Yeti crab is adorable! Though to be completely honest I’d probably have a heart attack if I saw one around the house.

      Also I’m pretty sure #5 was what we saw at the end of 2001: a Space Odyssey.

  • Missy

    The sea pig has to be the ugliest creature I’ve seen lately.

    The angora rabbit reminds me of Mork’s furry friend from “Mork & Mindy”. What was it’s name?

    • what

      Its name was Mindy. Also the King of Herrings can be up to 56 feet long, they got a cool picture on wikipedia of one smaller than that, and its still f’in huge

  • Mmmmyes

    I thought the nasty fish from Finding Nemo was a Barracuda

    • Mr F

      It was actually an Angler Fish

      • Mmmm

        Oh are we talking about the nasty fish with the light thing above its head? I was thinking of the other fish who ate of all the eggs except for Nemo :). There were a few nasty fish in that movie.

      • ChristineM

        it was definitely an Angler

        • Frank

          the fish with the bioluminescent bulb that lured in Marlin when he was with the Ellen Degeneres fish was an Angler.

          The fish that ate Marlin’s wife and eggs was a barracuda

  • Christine Vrey

    Love this list!! There are soo many creatures that we dont know much about, and soo many more that we know nothing about and still need to be discovered. In adition to being super interisting, this list is realy well written! Thank you =)

    • GrammerNazi

      #5 closely resembles my penis. Would you be up for a cup of coffee sometime? Or maybe something more serious, we can start with a cup of coffee and see where it goes from there :)

      • murfffff

        Apparently you haven’t met the spelling nazi. Its GrammAr, dip stick.

        • GrammerNazi

          ***insert— you must be new here Willy-Wonka picture***

          • SmilingLisa

            Some people don’t get “irony”!

            Lol!

          • guy who says Haa! Haa! on the simpsons

            Haa! Haa!
            Best “I kick yo ass and shut the door” reply I’ve read in quite a while…
            Nice work GrammerNazi!

      • Maggot

        #5 closely resembles my penis.

        Lovely. I’m sure “Frank” will be impressed by your tasteful prose.

        • Frank

          #5 resembles my mothers penis on a cold day. So f*ck you c*nts.

      • Name

        Surely #4 is much more like your penis? Or so they say in certain circles …

        • GrammerNazi

          After a shower my freshly blow-dried bush also bares a close resemblance to #1. Do I have your attention now Ms. Vrey, or should I call you Christine?

          • skeptomatik

            the censor bot blew a gasket!

      • Flippant

        Hmmm.. strange. A couple of hours ago I made a comment in yesterday’s list that’s in quarantine awaiting moderation. The only thing I could see that it could possibly be about was that I used the, anatomically correct, “p” word for a male body part and the equivalent “v” word for a female body part.

        But I see that you guys are all using the “p” word (lol I’m not gonna risk it and tempt fate). So, at risk of appearing like a complete Listverse noob (which I am :D), is it that the “p” word is allowed but the “v” word is a no-no? :?

        • Flippant

          Lol geez, you’re a helpful bunch.. don’t all rush to answer my question at once. You know, it should be your civic duty to help out the new girl.. not just leave me hanging like this. *laffn* =)

          • Zombies Ate My Router

            VAGINA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!……. And now we wait :P

          • Zombies Ate My Router

            It seems the ‘V’ word is a no no because I’ve gotten an ‘Awaiting Moderation’ notice. How is it more rude than the ‘P’ word? The ‘V’ word is where babies come from :P.

          • GrammerNazi

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          • GrammerNazi

            It’s glorious, can you see it? Penis, Penis everywhere. If you look at the post with all the “penis” and shake your head back and fourth you will actually begin to see Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul.

          • me

            I tried it and failed :(

          • Flippant

            Lol Zombies, AH-HA! The mysterious ways of the censor are becoming clear – one word is considered “worse” than the other. Rather than it potentially being “more rude”, my first thought was, “Oi! Is this some sly form of discrimination?” I was ready to kick up a stink and burn my bra in protest.

            On further consideration though, I’ve decided that there’s a better explanation (read: hell if I want to burn my bra.. lingerie is expensive plus I don’t want my fingers getting burnt). When the word “penis” flops around the site all willy-nilly it’s ‘no harm, no foul’.. it’s not like there’s anything special about them anyways. :p

            It stands to reason that the delicate velvety folds of the “v” be held in higher regard. The word should be used sparingly to retain it’s air of mystique, and reverence, like a sacred item only being brought out on special occasions. (lol too much?) :D
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            Lol GrammerNazi! Calm down, dude! Does the word “over-kill” mean nothing to you? It is kinda cute that you’re trying to compete with Emily (“organisms”) for the “Most Over-used Word in One Topic” crown, but it’s still all too much.

            I notice that you’ve missed a space in your “Penis” post. Joining two together like that doesn’t make your one any longer. Or is it that you lost rhythm, huh? Typing one-handed, jerking about, got the better of you? :p
            ___________________________

            Awww.. no matter, Segues *hugs* You tried and that’s all that really matters. ;)
            ___________________________

            Thank you all for helping me better understand the ways of Listverse.. much appreciated. Now that I know that va-jay-jay is off limits, I’ll have to get my creative juices flowing to tip-toe around it in future, while always bearing in mind that loose lips sink ships. :D

      • Missy

        I didn’t know your penis had legs and a mouth and was 73 inches in length?

        Don’t fancy the colour, though.

        • Le tel

          I agree, If my penis looked liked that I’d be straight down the clinic to get it checked…take my advice Grammernazi, get it sorted before it falls off

  • Nolagirl

    Some of them are very creepy looking nice list

  • sad muso

    Interesting list :)

  • Not Being Fresh

    Great list! The Chinese Salamander will give me nightmares.

  • adie

    The quality of the lists have improved a lot lately, really enjoyed this one. I want one if those rabbits!

  • segues

    Great list Emily. I had never heard of the Sea Pig (what a weird creature!) or the King of Herring. It’s interesting that 9 of the 10 creatures are aquatic. Makes one wonder what else is living in the water.

    • segues

      After looking Sea Pig up I found that they are a genus of deep-sea holothurian echinodermare. The genus includes sea cucumbers, which is a weird creature with which I *am* familiar. Sea cucumbers wash up on shore along the beaches I walk daily. The coolest thing about sea cucumbers is that they have these bony spinal plates which resemble white butterflies. I have quite a collection of these bones. Occasionally, I used to perform surgery on the dead cucumbers to remove the bones, but the dead bodies are so tough that it takes more effort than the reward is worth.
      Still, the bony white butterflies are wonderfully beautiful!

      part of a group of marine animals that inhabit the seafloor, including sea squirts, sea stars (starfish), sea slugs, corals, clams, sponges, and urchins.

      • …and yes, I know the paragraph about the sea pig mentioned sea cucumbers. I just didn’t really connect them with the creatures I know.

        Weird of me.

        • The Plot Thickens…

          Hmmm.. *scratches chin*.. Ms. Segues, when I popped in here a few hours ago, you had four posts sitting here. The missing one, which would have been your third posts, was saying something about you not posting “this reply to this post.”

          Lol how is it that you can get a post deleted but I can’t get a post moderated? What special magical powers do you wield? :D

          • segues

            Well, the one post that was deleted was not mine, just someone using my name. I asked that it be removed and it was. :)

            That must be *SOME* comment you have awaiting moderation!

          • Flippant

            Ahh.. I see. Yes, that makes perfect sense. I imagine it would get somewhat annoying when people hijack your name (lol poor Frank). One day I shall coax out the direct line to the LVBatcave from you, so I too can get issues resolved in a timely manner. :D

            Lol nah, it was a legit post. I wasn’t being a smartarse or taking the p*ss out of anyone or anything like that. It just honestly didn’t occur to me that the “v” word would set off alarm bells with the censor-bot thingo. *sighs*

          • the thick plotens…

            She has the power! the power to BLEACH!!

  • Veronica

    Seriously? The angora rabbit topped the list? Seriously?

    • Do you have trouble with Tribbles? Just kidding, but that’s the first thing I thought when I saw that picture..

  • dizit

    Weird and creepy!
    I love odd creatures like the ones on the list. There are so many truly eccentric looking beings out there you must have enough for a second list

  • Fid

    Interesting list and I’d like to see more some time. Though I think it needs some editing for grammatical errors.

  • Joe Momma

    Sushi anyone?

  • Sean949

    The fish in “finding nemo” is an anglerfish not a viper fish… Viper fish don’t have a glowing light on their head.

    • Alexandr

      Put some honey on it (for you) and pretend it’s the yuemmist treat you’ve ever tasted and in your favorite flavor. You’ll have to be something of an actress because it’s not a damn lollipop because it tastes like a lukewarm hot dog that somebody half way micro-waved. Never yank on the balls but gently pull them down and use your hands to run up and down his thighs and across his bum while you’re licking him. Don’t just concentrate on the just head, lick up, down and around the shaft as well then kiss under his balls. Find your vibrator and run that lightly under his sack. Tell him naughty things while you’re looking at him like, I bet you like making me do this. You’ve got your big wanker in my mouth Oh, I’m nearly choking then make a bunch of yummy sounds to alert him that you’re not in the least bit choking although he might fancy that if it were true. Men like this kind of play fantasy and it’s more than stimulating. Swear to a host of Saints that you won’t be satisfied until you have a mouth full of cream. Only a mouthful of cream will sate you. Girls will usually think it’s silly and begin to laugh. Try not to laugh. Imagine you’re gonna get a huge Oscar if you pull this off correctly. Remember that your hands will do 50% of the work and your mouth the other half. I doubt you’d be able to get him off with your mouth alone. If I underestimate your diligence, please forgive me. No insult intended. After you do him then you have to decide to swallow or spit. If you love this guy like no tomorrow then you definitely want to swallow and let him see you do it. If he’s someone you’re fond of but have well in hand then discretely excuse yourself with a gentle smile and stroll off to the restroom. Make sure he doesn’t hear you spit i.e. run the tap water to disguise the sound of the toilet flushing. A man who thinks you’re deeply in love with him may feel hurt that you rejected ingesting his spunk but maybe that’s just this side of the lake. Well, glad to help and best of luck with the wanker.

  • Flippant

    Interesting subject.. thanks, Emily.

    The list could very well have been called “10 Truly Eccentric Animals” though. An organism is an individual form of life, such as a plant, animal, bacterium, protist, or fungus. This list comprised of just animals, leaving out all other organisms. So the final sentence of the intro “This following list is of 10 eccentric organisms, showing the plethora of organisms within each species.” seemed a bit odd to me.

    But no worries.. once I got past that, well that and the weird over-use of the word “organism” in the second entry – No. 9 Yeti Crab (lol seriously, as I was reading my head was saying “OMG just stop saying organism! It’s three sentences, you don’t have to say the word five times! Enough already!” *laffn*), it was an interesting and enjoyable read.

    Thanks again. :)

    • Jer

      OMG yes! The weird compulsion to use the word “organism” drove me crazy.

      • Flippant

        LoL! You and I both, Jer.. you and I both! We must be kindred spirits or some ish. *internet high-5 o/\o* :D

    • Maggot

      OMG just stop saying organism! It’s three sentences, you don’t have to say the word five times! Enough already!

      I was always under the impression that having multiple organisms was a good thing. Hmmm, go figure…

      • Flippant

        Lol ahhhh.. you know it, mister! ;)

        *sings softly*
        But you turned into a lover and
        Mother what a lover, you wore me out
        All you did was wreck my bed
        And in the morning kick me in the head
        Oh, Maggy, I couldnt have tried anymore.

  • JohnKingston

    Listverse is officially back…. :)
    Good work Emily

  • DanF

    wow I always thought the Sea Pig was an internet meme, didn’t think it was real thought it was a vegetable or something.

    • Mmmm Pig

      Lol Daniel, I sometimes try to convince myself that bacon is a vegetable (so it’s okay to have just one more rasher).. but my brain has wised-up to those antics and isn’t convinced so easily anymore. :(

  • Doda

    What wonders does the sea hold that man is yet to discover! We know little about our world.

    • MystifiedMcLachlan

      Isn’t it something like we’ve only discovered 1% of the ocean or something?

  • Will Trame

    There were a lot of unique ugly looking critters here. Very interesting subject matter. That rabbit looks like a mop.

  • Kate

    This list is the first good one in a while!

  • oouchan

    At first I was trying to find the \”bunny\” in all that fur for number one…wow. Talk about a bad hair day. How does it move without tripping on itself? That one just had me laughing. Poor bunny! :)

    Many of these were interesting. I have no idea why, but I think the sea pig was cute. Weird.

    Nice list.

    • Maggot

      How does it move without tripping on itself?

      That actually serves to point out that the Angora Rabbit is out of place on this list as compared to the other entries, because it’s a man-made creation. Though the list didn’t exactly declare this a qualifying distinction, fact is, it’s not found in the wild, as are all the other items. On the other hand, perhaps it is BEST suited for the list, because it truly demonstrates the eccentricities of Man in creating such “unnatural” specialized domestic breeds, and a whole list could be written around that folly.

      • Flippant

        That actually serves to point out that the Angora Rabbit is out of place on this list as compared to the other entries, because it’s a man-made creation

        Could even go one step further and say that the Angora Rabbit is out of place ‘coz it’s the only entry that isn’t an aquatic creature.. erm.. organism.

        If we were playing “Pick the Odd One Out” there’s a good chance that everyone would guess right. Far too easy.. how am I supposed to consistently win at games if every knucklehead knows the answer straight away? >:( :D

  • the opinion

    That japenese thing scared the sh*t out of me, smh

  • Lifeschool

    Very intereting list today, many of these being new to me. The sea pig instantly reminded me of the creatures in Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind (1984). Neat list.

  • meawoo

    good list thank you

  • Lisa Marie

    Listverse is getting better! Loving it! Great List Emily Knowlton!

  • The first picture was confirmed a while ago to be a potato that had sprouted, and not any kind of animal.

    Doubtless of what a sea pig looks like, the first picture isn’t a sea pig, it’s a sprouting spud.

    • Flippant

      I literally lmfao when I read your post, Jimini. Thinking – Oh for reals? But he’s the cutest one there! *sad face emoticon*

      Wanting to give Jamie’s research the benefit of the doubt when he’s sourcing pics, I did a little investigating.

      The pic in the list is watermarked Planet Oddity. So I scooted over there and searched “Sea Pig”, which turned up this page…

      http://planetoddity.com/sea-pig-one-of-the-ugliest-sea-creature/

      It looks like the real deal to me. Two pics up from the one that’s in this list, it looks like the pic is of the same animal but just laying on it’s back in that one..

      Anyways, can you please hook us up to a link where it’s been “confirmed” that that pic is actually of a spud? :)

      • Hmm, I’m sure it was on here on a list of “10 internet myths debunked” or some sorts; my bad if I’m wrong, but I was very certain that it was in fact a spud. :)

    • Flippant

      Hmm.. the only thing that I can find to associate them with potatoes is a Daily Mail UK article about them which says…

      “Depending on your point of view, this alien-looking entity might resemble a potato that’s been left in the cupboard too long and sprouted shoots.”

      http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1314184/Sea-pigs-The-ugliest-creature-beneath-waves.html

  • mom424

    Nice job Emily. I do believe that there are weirder examples out there – fodder for a second list eh?

    Here’s a better picture of the King of Herring/Oarfish. Suckers are huge.

    http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/photos/uncategori

  • seerrrraaaa

    It’s an angler fish that’s in “Finding Nemo” not a viper fish.

  • Jon

    Sounds like a 9th grade essay I corrected last Wednesday. Poor writing.

    • WiTechwriter

      You’re right. This is very poorly written (although a little more interesting that some of the recent postings).

      Some examples of the poor writing:

      These sea creatures obtained their name from their pink-tint and chubby body, do not fall short of idiosyncrasy.

      This crab can live up to a miraculous 100 years and are known to be calm animals.

      The giant isopod can be up to 14 inches in length and up to 30 inches in height and have four sets of jaws. The giant isopod is a scavenger that feeds with its four sets of jaws, on dead whales, fish, and squid.

      This salamander can grow up to 73 inches in length and have lived up to 80 years at a time.

      The Olm is about 8-12 inches and the small fragile superior limbs contain three fingers and the inferior limbs containing two.

      This fish can reach up to seven feet in length and has been proven to live up to at least 56 years-old.

      Despite that, this organism is a fish, it does not have any scales and although frightening in size, is not a threat to the human race based on its small teeth and one dorsal fin.

  • P5ychoRaz

    The caterpillar? Bob

    • P5ychoRaz

      There was some alien named Beebo or something too

    • Li’l Miss Nawty

      Caterpillar? I’m only familiar with Rabbit Pearl BOB. Lol I’ll have to keep an eye out for the caterpillar. :D

  • Metalwrath

    Another example would be the mudskipper… a fish that walks on land with it’s fins :D Evolution for the win!

    Nice list.

  • Jess

    The viperfish was not actually in Finding Nemo. That’s the anglerfish. Note the lack of a dangling light to lure meals on the viperfish.

  • vanowensbody

    Great list.

  • Pauly

    I am DEFINITELY having nightmares tonight.

  • LuvsHorror

    Nice list. I’ve seen most of these in the freaky animals ap for apple.

  • mitch with a thought

    Not to be that guy who complains about a million things not making a list of 10, but… how did the Axolotl not make the list?

  • Aaron Gantenbein

    Used to have angora rabbit as a child. Great pet. Can’t say the same for that viper fish of ours. Not very cuddly.

    • GrammerNazi

      Whenever you bring a deep water fish out of the ocean they will explode. They do this because they have tons of pressure inside to make up for the pressure of being in deep water. They would be crushed if they lived at the bottom of the ocean. So they make up for it by creating an inside pressure that is equal to the outside pressure.

      Remember folks, you heard it here first!!

  • ~*Jany*~

    What a cool and interesting list! Well i was thinking to get some seafood *flush* there goes that idea! Lol jk im actually not very fond of seafood! Anyway good list! :)

  • pat

    I want an Angora rabbit lOL

  • Patrick

    Angora rabbit LOL

  • Bassbait

    What, no Blobfish?

  • At first glace, I thought this list was “10 Truly Eccentric Orgasms”.

    THAT would have been fascinating…

  • =(^.^)=

    Very scary, awesome bunch.

  • 703m

    nice info and powerful

  • peta member

    I want an angora rabbit coat…

    • GrammerNazi

      Donald Trump wears one on his head.

  • Texaselvis

    Did a double-take as I did not notice the letters “ni” at first glance in the word “organism”!

  • Laji

    Hey, try to put your thing in #3. See the man is holding it for you.

  • If only you can expand this list up to say top 20, perhaps ranked at 11 will be my brother :D

  • Damianossmith

    Good List for the Truly Organism.
    http://acaithermo.net/?p=167

  • Shae

    The fish and stuff are great but ….look at the biceps on that happy scientist in #3! ….and that smile and those eyes… *swoons like Juliet Capulet*

    • Sphiwe

      XDseriously sweetheart leave your d!ck alone, ok?How do you know it isn’t uh .fine the way it is?Just take a step back and focus on the more itparmont things in life.You’re 14. It doesn’t matter too much right now, does it?And in answer to your question I would say no. It probably just ruins the development anyway. Wait till well after because you could be disrupting something itparmont. Like if you have a flower that’s growing and you keep playing with it, to make it better .it just shrivels and dies do you really want that to happen to your pen!s? xx

  • Lotariosmith

    Good and Impressive List for the Organisms.
    http://lexposure.net/adolfo-lindgren

  • Love the list, nicely done

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