What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

The Fabulous Weird Trotters


Photo credit: Max’s Exotic Pet Garden

For the last few weeks, the Facebook page known as The Fabulous Weird Trotters has routinely blown me away with their fascinating, gob-smacking, very-shareable posts like the insane fire snail above. They were just too cool to keep to myself!

From creatures to creations to just plain cool stuff, the Facebook page is absolutely stuffed with things I’ve never seen. And as fascinating as their social media posts are, I was very excited to realize that there’s loads more detail on each of the OMGs on the FWT website!

You can see all their crazy-interesting posts on their website and on Facebook and Twitter.

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

15 thoughts on “The Fabulous Weird Trotters

  1. Now I know where inspiration for gargoyles came from. That is such a cutely ugly goblin bat!

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  2. I have been reading National Geographic for over 65 years. So, I am used to seeing strange animals like the post today. But, I am always happy to see more that I don’t remember ever seeing before. THANKS — Hal

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  3. Well, that was supposed to say I was running to FB to join the page, but evidently using brackets negates the comment!

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  4. The Goblin Bat is so awesome & cute – never seen before ! thx 🙂

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