The most colorful animals in the world

Welcome to this colorful post! This time we’re looking at the most colorful animals in the world. Take a second before scrolling down to try and guess which animals are part of the list. Then when you scroll down check and see how many you guessed correctly. You’ll surely be surprised with many of the animals in the list. Most of them are very beautiful too!

In the past, we have talked about fluffy animals, animal eyes and mini-me versions of animals but now it’s a little different. This time it’s all about the colors! It doesn’t matter whether it’s fur, scales or feathers! Let’s take a look at the most colorful animals in the world. As most times, there’s a little surprise at the end for all our lazy penguin readers!

Ring Snake

Ring Snake

Ring Snake

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Mandarin Dragonet

Mandarin Dragonet

Mandarin Dragonet

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Clown Treefrog

Clown Treefrog

Clown Treefrog

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Jewel Beetle

Jewel Beetle

Jewel Beetle

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Lantern Bug

Lantern Bug

Lantern Bug

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False Clown Anemonefish

False Clown Anemonefish

False Clown Anemonefish

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Chromodoris lochi

Chromodoris lochi

Chromodoris lochi

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Sally Lightfoot Crab

Sally Lightfoot Crab

Sally Lightfoot Crab

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Mandarin Duck

Mandarin Duck

Mandarin Duck

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Weedy Sea Dragon

Weedy Sea Dragon

Weedy Sea Dragon

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Ribbon Eel

Ribbon Eel

Ribbon Eel

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Nicobar Pigeon

Nicobar Pigeon

Nicobar Pigeon

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Golden Pheasant

Golden Pheasant

Golden Pheasant

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Peacock

Peacock

Peacock

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Butterfly

Butterfly

Butterfly

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Chameleon

Chameleon

Chameleon

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African Bush Viper

African Bush Viper

African Bush Viper

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Red knobbed starfish

Red knobbed starfish

Red knobbed starfish

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Blue Ringed Octopus

Blue Ringed Octopus

Blue Ringed Octopus

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Little Blue Penguin baby

Little Blue Penguin baby

Little Blue Penguin baby

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