Txetxo Ardanaz Pueyo
"Neanderthals (Neander-thal, the ‘th’ pronounced as ‘t’) are our closest extinct human relative. Some defining features of their skulls include the large middle part of the face, angled cheek bones, and a huge nose for humidifying and warming cold, dry air. Their bodies were shorter and stockier than ours, another adaptation to living in cold environments. But their brains were just as large as ours and often larger - proportional to their brawnier bodies."
Galleries - Discover Wildlife
The Yunnan snub-nosed monkey, a very rare weirdly nosed monkey from China that they didn't "discover" until the 1990s. It's diet consists of lichen which takes 10-15 years to recover which means they have to wander over a very large range. They also are the primate that lives at the highest elevation, except for man.
The world's weirdest animals - and where to see them
Bald uakari The shocking red pate of this follically-challenged simian has earned it the nickname among South Americans of 'mono angles', or 'English monkey', in honour of the first sunburnt Britons to visit their homeland. Where to spot them The bald uakari can be found deep in the forests of Brazil, Peru and Colombia. Reef and Rainforest can organise tailor made holidays to Uakari Lodge, in Brazil's remote Mamiraua Sustainable Development Reserve, where guests can