These Animal Diagrams Describe Creatures in a Hilarious Way

By: Michael Baxter - Published: May 15, 2014 • References: itsokaytobesmart & neatorama
There's a general understanding that animal anatomy is hard, that's why we have animal diagrams. These anatomically incorrect animal diagrams will make sure that you know exactly how to label an animal perfectly.

Most people would be surprised to know that a rabbit's tongue is not actually called a tongue, it's called a 'lickitytickler'. Okay, so maybe that's not entirely true, but using these animal diagrams from itsokaytobesmart it could come off as true.

While the rabbit and baby goat's anatomy is filled with cute references, the grown goat and spider's anatomy are the complete opposite. It turns out that every single part of a spider is called 'Nope' because it is simply that frightening. These images are a cute and comical look at something that many people don't know too much about. Stats for Anatomically Inaccurate Animals Trending: Older & Average
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