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The green-blooded skink, native to Papua New Guinea, has green blood as a result of high levels of hemoglobin by-products (biliverdin and bilirubin) in its blood stream. Humans normally excrete these kinds of by-products into the intestines, which keeps our blood a much more familiar red color.