Lyrebirds are amazing imitators and are of two species dwelling on the ground. The Australian Lyrebirds are the genus Menura and of the family Menuridae.
Sloths can survive nearly any wound as they are biologically designed to fall from trees. On average, a sloth will fall from a tree once in its lifetime.
Reindeer have a super ability to see. Living in the Arctic Circle, they face a challenging environment.
Cuttlefish can turn invisible, which means that they’ve some of the best camouflage skills in the animal kingdom.
Bats have the sixth, seventh and eighth senses: echolocation, geomagnetism, and polarization.
Sea cucumbers can regenerate their organs. These caterpillar-like marine creatures have one of the most fascinating defense mechanisms, but they are also very rough.
Hyenas have stomachs of iron as they can eat all kinds of animals. They eat their prey or rotting carcasses. Their jaws can even crush bones.
Sea turtles have a geomagnetic sense. Female sea turtles have a natal home ability that is not well known but helps them to make their way back to the beach where they hatched.
Peregrine Falcons have lightning speed. The Peregrine Falcon is the fastest animal on Earth. These falcons are called “living missiles” and are everywhere except in the polar regions and New Zealand.
The Tardigrade is our final creature with supernatural powers. These are considered the most powerful animals living on the planet because it is almost impossible to kill them.