The Oregon Zoo Shared 14 Animal X-Rays On Twitter, And The Images Are Mesmerizingly Cool

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The Oregon Zoo Common 14 Animal X-Rays On Twitter, Along With The Pictures Are Mesmerizingly Wonderful

Skeletons are intended to be spooky, however, the Oregon Zoo has shown us all that they can be amazing, too.The zoo’s electronic media pro chose to share images of different animals which the zoo cares for. They are not any old pictures, however. They’re X-rays of those animals taken throughout their health checks!X-rays may not look like they would be interesting to check at, but as soon as you see those images, you will understand why they had to be shared. The press specialist responsible for sharing the majestic pictures told Bored Panda,”I went into our ancestral Center at which the vets showed me a database full of these incredible images. I thought these would be a spooky and interesting way to check at wildlife throughout the Halloween season, but the reply was unexpected. I really like that educators are using them and adults are using them at Halloween parties.”Check out all 14 of those super-cool images below!

1. Chameleon

View image on TwitterThe chameleon was the very first X-ray the electronic media specialist saw along with also the inspiration for posting more pictures. Just check out this cool spiral tail design!

2. Ball Python

That’s quite the long, slithery spine!

3. There is not a lot of bone beneath that fuzzy tail.

4. Toco Toucan

View image on TwitterThat is an astonishing beak!

5. Tortoise

View image on TwitterHave a look at those feet!

6. Fat-Tailed Gecko

View image on TwitterIt looks like that there was a ring throw around this small man’s tail!

7. Dwarf Mongoose

Don’t be fooled by those short legs. A mongoose can operate up to 20 mph!

8. Screech Owl

View image on TwitterThose wings are crazy!

9. View image on TwitterGetting this X-ray done safely could not have been simple.

10. Flamingo

View image on TwitterYou can recognize those long, spindly legs everywhere.

11. Wolf Eel

View image on TwitterWe bet that powerful jaw makes for an average bite.

12. Hedgehog

View image on TwitterThe zoo assured those worried about the dark spot from the hedgehog’s gut that it is only gas.

13. Three-Banded Armadillo

View image on TwitterThese armadillos are flexible enough to ball up when endangered.

14. Rodrigues Flying Fox

View image on TwitterEven though this specimen from a species of bat is lying , he looks like he is mid-flight during his X-ray!

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