Skunks: Small vertebrates with a powerful defense mechanism - spraying foul-smelling liquid. Their distinct black and white stripes warn of their stinky reputation.
Bombardier bugs: They spray toxic chemicals from their abdomen, reaching high temperatures, to defend against predators. Deadly defense mechanism.
Wolverine: Bear-like mammal with a unique stench. Uses scent glands for territorial defense and attracting mates. Smelly but fascinating.
Musk Ox: Smelly but fascinating mammal. Secretes rotting liquid for mating. Found in Alaska. Travel in groups, use horns for defense.
Tasmanian Devil: Carnivorous marsupial from Tasmania. Strong scent, harsh calls. Powerful and complex creature. Short lifespan, fights for dominance.
Lesser anteaters: Extremely foul creatures. Strong defense smell. Nocturnal, rest in tree trunks. Poor eyesight, keen smell and hearing. Strong arms for defense.
Sea hares: Toxic marine invertebrates. Purple stun gas defense. Found in ponds. Algae eaters. Giant tentacles. Short lifespan. Mating chains.
Stinking king snake: Large, smelly, exotic pet. Reaches 2m length. Feeds on rodents. Found in forests. Needs ample space. Loves sand.
Hoatzin: Stinky bird with unique digestive system. Fermented food creates manure-like odor. Herbivorous, eats leaves, flowers, and fruits.
Flamingo: Female secretes meat-like odor during egg incubation. Hoopoe: Intriguing bird with striped wings and fan-shaped crest. Eats insects, frogs, and seeds.