Snakes: Snakes are long and thin animals with a lot of vertebrae in their body. They move by slithering, but they don't have a regular necks.
Jellyfish: Jellyfish do not have a neck. Their bell-shaped body is directly connected to their tentacles which they use to capture prey and move through the water.
Octopuses: Octopuses do not have a neck, instead, their head is directly connected to their body.
Manatee: Manatees are large sea animals that have round bodies with no necks.
Kissing Loach: It has a long, snake-like body with no neck and is also called the Dojo Loach or Oriental Weatherfish.
Archer Fish: The Archer Fish is a special kind of fish that's good at catching its prey. It lives in rivers, streams, and estuaries in Southeast Asia and Australia.