Hi, Club! My name is Ricardo Reyes (Richi). I'm Carlos' twin brother, and I'm guest writing about a clip my brother has zero credentials to write about. Yes, I am a scientist. It is estimated that there are roughly 8.7 million species in the world with 18,000 new species newly-described every year. This year’s top newcomers include a snub-nosed monkey (Rhinopithecus strykeri), the devil’s worm, living almost a mile underground (Halicephalobus mephisto), a psychedelic jelly (Tamoya ohboya), a beautiful blue tarantula in the Amazon, and a mushroom named after one of your favorite cartoon characters (Spongiforma squarepantsii). Now Jorge Jaramillo (better known as Koke), member of Los Animales Superforros, has captured never before seen footage of a Patagonian furry beast named Chacabit (Autenticus superforrous) in its natural habitat on a migratory adventure across Argentinean biomes toward the ocean. It’s impossible not to anthropomorphize the beast’s behaviors as at times it seems to be dancing and even trying to hitch a ride. Los Animales Superforros' primitive vocals and wooden melodies complement this magical voyage, outlining their grand potential and leaving an attentive audience for the discoveries ahead.