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17 Terrifying X-Rays That Will Forever Change The Way You Look At Animals

1. Cats would look so odd if they didn’t have ears.

Cats would look so odd if they didn't have ears.

Arie van ’t Riet / x-rays.nl

2. Moles have claws BIGGER THAN THEIR FACE.

Moles have claws BIGGER THAN THEIR FACE.

Chris Thorn xrayartdesign.co.uk, Wellcome Images / Via wellcomeimages.org

3. Frogs have freakily long toes.

Frogs have freakily long toes.

Arie van ’t Riet / x-rays.nl

4. Bats… ok, bats are still quite creepy.

Bats... ok, bats are still quite creepy.

Chris Thorn xrayartdesign.co.uk, Wellcome Images / Via wellcomeimages.org

5. Chameleons are not always that good at blending in.

Chameleons are not always that good at blending in.

Arie van ’t Riet / x-rays.nl

6. A duck’s beak is basically its whole head.

A duck's beak is basically its whole head.

Arie van ’t Riet / x-rays.nl

7. Rays are actually much more complicated than their smooth exterior suggests.

Rays are actually much more complicated than their smooth exterior suggests.

Arie van ’t Riet / x-rays.nl

8. You do not want to mess with a sawfish.

You do not want to mess with a sawfish.

Sandra J. Raredon, Division of Fishes, NMNH / Via Flickr: nmnh / Creative Commons

9. Monkeys are scarily human.

Monkeys are scarily human.

Arie van ’t Riet / x-rays.nl

10. Goldfish have bones in their fins.

Goldfish have bones in their fins.

Hugh Turvey / Via x-rayartist.com

11. A chicken’s legs are really quite long.

A chicken's legs are really quite long.

Arie van ’t Riet / x-rays.nl

12. Porcupinefish are extremely spiky.

Porcupinefish are extremely spiky.

Sandra J. Raredon, Division of Fishes, NMNH / Via Flickr: nmnh / Creative Commons

13. Seahorses are pretty damn cool.

Seahorses are pretty damn cool.

Sandra J. Raredon, Division of Fishes, NMNH / Via Flickr: nmnh / Creative Commons

14. Lizards are basically just one long spine.

Lizards are basically just one long spine.

Arie van ’t Riet / x-rays.nl

15. So are dachshunds.

So are dachshunds.

Hugh Turvey / Via x-rayartist.com

16. This is how a diving bird makes itself streamlined.

This is how a diving bird makes itself streamlined.

Hugh Turvey / Via x-rayartist.com

From Turvey’s exhibition at Gallery@Oxo.

17. And of course penguins have knees.

And of course penguins have knees.

No, they really do.

No, they really do.

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