Guys What Kind Of Animal Is This?

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A farmer recently caught the animal pictured above somewhere in the North recently.

The animal looks like a cross breed between a Kangaroo, rat and rabbit. Does anyone know what animal this is?

10 thoughts on “Guys What Kind Of Animal Is This?”

  1. odugbesan sunday adetayo says:

    There’s no place you will find this kind of animal apart from the North. Because they live like an animal too. Mthewwwww.

  2. boss says:

    The animal is called LASSA

  3. efkaynation says:

    It is definitely a rabbit Moji. A very rare specie of the rabbit family. If it were possible to head into any of these thick forest (Sambisa, lol) you would see lots of animals never seen or heard of.

  4. crystal says:

    Hmmm..I think its Kangaratbit.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Odugbesan Sunday Adetayo, clap for yourself… you must be really proud of that post.. unfortunately even people like you have a right to air their views..I’m ashamed to be from the same country as you.. even the same you race..

  6. Bomi says:

    I’ll download it and send to a friend @ national geographic channel for more info…

  7. Anonymous says:

    Anonymous, I salute you myopic minds like Odugbesan can never appreciate the importance of social media for learning purposes. Moji just did a great job posting this for great minds to educate others but the only thing a blind mind sees, is an opportunity to insult his fellow countrymen.

  8. Joel says:

    Anonymous, I salute you myopic minds like Odugbesan can never appreciate the importance of social media for learning purposes. Moji just did a great job posting this for great minds to educate others but the only thing a blind mind sees, is an opportunity to insult his fellow countrymen.

  9. Joseph says:

    Like serious, is this Animal for real or graphic imposed picture, this is first of its kind.

  10. @talk2anabs says:

    I believe it’s called an Aardvark (a medium-sized, burrowing, nocturnal mammal native to Africa). I not entirely sure though as I’ve never actually seen one to know how big they are.

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