5 Animals That Are So Bad They’re Good

Over the years, there has been no shortage of films whose concepts revolve around animals and animal attacks. And while sticking with a more realistic concept is the easier choice, why would someone want to do that when you can be silly and scary at the same time? When it comes to bizarre and unrealistic concepts, Syfy channel's films top the list, with badass Sharknados and Crocosauresus. Today, on World Animal Day, let’s take a look at some of the craziest animals we have come across on the big screen. Animals, we definitely would not want to encounter in real or maybe even in reel life.

DINOCROC (2004)

A dinocroc is a dinosaur-like creature we saw on the big screen in the 2004 Syfy thriller Dinocroc.

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DINOSHARK (2010)

A dinoshark is a prehistoric shark, which is a combination of a great white and a T-rex. This is one deadly marine reptile.

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BLACK SHEEP (2006)

Genetically altered man-eating sheep were the premise of the 2006 film Black Sheep. Now that is definitely a first.

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SHARKTOPUS (2010)

Thought you had seen it all? Nope. Things just got crazier with a half-shark-half-octopus-like creature in this 2010 film.

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FRANKENFISH (2004)

Another fishy flick is Frankenfish, in which we are introduced to a big, bad genetically modified fish with snake heads.

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Which of the above bizarre creatures have you already watched on the big screen? Comment below and let us know.

 

 

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