Top 16 Most Colorful Animals in the World

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Mandrill

The mandrill is related to the meerkat and lives in the rainforests of Central Africa. It’s one of the most colorful mammals in the world. It likes to eat fruit and seeds, but also eats leaves, roots and small invertebrates.

Mandrill Mandrill - Photo: tamarasovilj/Shutterstock