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Arabian Toad-headed Agama


Image: Tamsin Carlisle Phrynocephalus arabicusAfter focusing so much on the Secret Toadhead's weird face, I thought it would be nice to take another look at fun, toadhead tail!

Telescope Octopus


Amphitretus pelagicusWe are all in the abyss. But some of us are looking at the bioluminescent anglerfish.

Rainbow Nudibranch


Image: Ed Bierman Dendronotus irisIs this what passes for a rainbow... In HELL?! Image: Ed BiermanThis incredible creature is the Rainbow Nudibranch, a large sea slug from the west coast of North America.

Arabian Toad-headed Agama


Image: Tamsin Carlisle Phrynocephalus arabicusAfter focusing so much on the Secret Toadhead's weird face, I thought it would be nice to take another look at fun, toadhead tail!

Sternaspid Worm


Image: Kelly Sendall, Sergio I. Salazar-VallejoAh... These would be one of the less worm-like worms! Image: Kelly Sendall, Sergio I.

Rainbow Nudibranch


Image: Ed Bierman Dendronotus irisIs this what passes for a rainbow... In HELL?! Image: Ed BiermanThis incredible creature is the Rainbow Nudibranch, a large sea slug from the west coast of North America.

Sternaspid Worm


Image: Kelly Sendall, Sergio I. Salazar-VallejoAh... These would be one of the less worm-like worms! Image: Kelly Sendall, Sergio I.

Red-lipped Batfish


Ogcocephalus darwiniGive your auntie Ena a kiss, why don't you? Image: Rein KetelaarsRed-lipped Batfish are bizarre, 25 cm (10 in) long fish from the the Galapagos Islands.

REAL monstrosa


Image: Jakob FahrEveryone knows beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but what about monstrousness? Surely monstrousness is far more substantial and objective than the wispy, nebulous beauty that exists nowhere but our own minds?

Red-lipped Batfish


Ogcocephalus darwiniGive your auntie Ena a kiss, why don't you? Image: Rein KetelaarsRed-lipped Batfish are bizarre, 25 cm (10 in) long fish from the the Galapagos Islands.

Batwing Sea Slug


Image: Patrick RandallBatwing, the world's most unlikely superhero, wraps his mighty parapodia about him as he casts his protective eye over the citizens of Sponge City.

Black Lava Lizard


Image: Arthur Chapman Tropidurus melanopleurusIsn't this how it usually works in computer games? The Black Lava Lizard is small and throws stones at you.

Maze Coral


Image: FWC Fish and Wildlife Research Institute Meandrina meandritesSome corals just want you to GET LOST!

REAL monstrosa


Image: Jakob FahrEveryone knows beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but what about monstrousness? Surely monstrousness is far more substantial and objective than the wispy, nebulous beauty that exists nowhere but our own minds?

Maze Coral


Image: FWC Fish and Wildlife Research Institute Meandrina meandritesSome corals just want you to GET LOST!

Black Lava Lizard


Image: Arthur Chapman Tropidurus melanopleurusIsn't this how it usually works in computer games? The Black Lava Lizard is small and throws stones at you.

Snakefly


Image: Malcolm StoreyHorror of all horrors! Quetzalcoatl, feathered serpent of Venus, has finally grown weary of the enraging lack of human sacrifice.

Leaf Scorpionfish


Image: _Bunn_ Taenianotus triacanthusIt's what the agricultural world has been crying out for: pink, carnivorous leaves.

Batwing Sea Slug


Image: Patrick RandallBatwing, the world's most unlikely superhero, wraps his mighty parapodia about him as he casts his protective eye over the citizens of Sponge City.

Nereiphylla paretti


Image: National Museums Northern IrelandCheck out this beauty! Nereiphylla paretti is a 30 cm (foot) long worm from European waters like the North Sea, English Channel and Mediterranean.


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