The next animal coming up for spot 18 is the:
The Irrawaddy Dolphin
I find that the Irrawaddy dolphin might not be the weirdest but I wonder why they named it a dolphin not a porpoise. Look at the picture. A dolphin has a long and slim beak but this dolphin has a round and short beak. These dolphins are found in coastal areas in South and Southeast Asia, and in three rivers: the Irrawaddy, the Mahakam and the Mekong. Sadly, only between 78 and 91 individuals are only estimated to still live. They are on a high risk of extinction in the wild. These dolphins are mostly threatened by bycatch, the accidental capture of aquatic animals in fishing gear. The WWF are helping these animals. On their website you can "adopt" a dolphin and donate to help.