Abstract: Cosmological simulations, such as Illustris, are at the point where they can accurately reproduce most of the galaxies that we see in the local universe. In this presentation, I will introduce galaxy morphology and talk about the overall structure of galaxies in the local universe. I will relate this to their physical dynamics, gas content, and star formation rates, and relate this to our ideas of cosmology. These same cosmological simulations, however, have a hard time reproducing rare types of galaxies. I will introduce a particularly rare type of galaxy, that of the non-barred ringed galaxy (or Hoag's-type objects). I will then discuss a new non-barred ringed galaxy that we discovered, PGC 1000714. On the surface, PGC 1000714 looks like most non-barred ringed galaxies, but our detailed analysis revealed some even more unusual structures that are difficult to explain using current models of galaxy formation and probably make this galaxy one of a kind.