This strange-looking fellow is a Saiga antelope. They are found on the vast steppes of Kazakhstan and rarely seen by humans.
His bizarre nose works a bit like an air-conditioner. In summer it cools the air before it hits the antelope's lungs, and in winter it warms it.
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