Here's a couple of pictures and descriptions; "Yoda Bat" Photograph courtesy Piotr Naskrecki, Conservation International This tube-nosed fruit batwhich became a Web sensation as "Yoda bat"is just one of the roughly 200 species encountered during two scientific expeditions to Papua New Guinea in 2009, scientists announced in October. Though seen on previous expeditions, the bat has yet to be formally documented as a new species, or even named. Like other fruit bats, though, it disperses seeds from the fruit in its diet, perhaps making the flying mammal crucial to its tropical rain forest ecosystem. Sneezing Snub-Nosed Monkey Photograph courtesy Ngwe Lwin A new monkey species in Myanmar is so snub-nosed that rainfall is said to makes it sneezebut that's apparently the least of its problems, conservationists announced in October. The only scientifically observed specimen (pictured) had been killed by local hunters the time researchers found itand was eaten soon after.