Top 10 Weirdest Animal Stories of 2015—Editors’ Picks
From a three-tailed lizard to a real-life "Kermit" frog, we rounded up the year's most unusual offerings from Mother Nature.
From real-life sea monsters to vampire crabs, 2015 was legendary for odd science.
So named because of their glowing yellow eyes, vampire crabs have become popular pets, but the origin of some of these spooky-looking crustaceans had previously been cloaked in mystery, according to a March study. (Also see "Pictures: New Purple Crab Species Found.")
Click through the photos for more of Mother Nature's odd phenomena.