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Tritoniopsis elegans


Image: Sean MurrayWoah... Anyone missing a lung? Image: Sean MurrayThis gorgeous nudibranch comes from the western part of the Indo-Pacific, ranging from Africa to Japan and parts of Australia.

Pink Squat Lobster


Image: Steve ChildsSomeone's fairy godmother is looking decidedly... crabby. It's the Pink Squat Lobster!

Monkeyface Prickleback


Image: NOAA/MBARI Cebidichthys violaceusMonkeyface Prickleback. Monkeyface. Prickleback. This thing is a walking insult!

New Caledonian Giant Gecko


Image: Smithsonian's National Zoo Rhacodactylus leachianusProbably the biggest gecko in the world! It's the New Caledonian Giant Gecko, a name which tells you approximately everything.

Cooee!


Image: Robert WhyteHey! I'm over here! Where are you going? Haven't you seen an enormous spider before?

Sun Coral


Image: Alexander VaseninWow! Look at those stars! Image: Bernard DUPONTSo many stars... Image: J. J. Hornung Tubastrea coccineaWe're gonna need some new sunglasses.

Picasso Sponge 38


This Picasso Sponge depicts an alien from an advanced civilization attempting to warn a Triceratops of an approaching meteorite.

Picasso Sponge 37


This Picasso Sponge depicts a cloudy, autumnal morning, where a gardener stops to appreciate the weeds.

Cooloola Monster


MONSTERS in paradise! The paradise in question is the Cooloola National Park in Queensland, eastern Australia.

Pustulate Cowry


Image: HectonichusThese are surely some of the most beautiful pustules in the world! They belong to the Pustulate Cowry, an inch-long snail found in the eastern Pacific, from California down to Peru as well as Hawaii and the Galapagos Islands.

Picasso Sponge 37


This Picasso Sponge depicts a cloudy, autumnal morning, where a gardener stops to appreciate the weeds.

Crinoid Squat Lobster


Image: Jayvee Fernandez Allogalathea elegansSometimes, we can all do with a little help from our giant, multiple-armed friend.

Mutable Rainfrog


Pristimantis mutabilisA tale of loss, discovery and a shape-shifting frog, set in the mountain forests of South America.

Jawfish


Image: Kevin BryantWhat do we humans do with our jaws? Bite, chew, talk and... that's about it. Pitiful, right?

Crinoid Squat Lobster


Image: Jayvee Fernandez Allogalathea elegansSometimes, we can all do with a little help from our giant, multiple-armed friend.

Sixgill Stingray


Hexatrygon bickelli If there's one thing that should be clear to anyone who cares to notice, it's this: the pitch darkness and suffocating pressure of the deep sea does strange things to a body.

Jawfish


Image: Kevin BryantWhat do we humans do with our jaws? Bite, chew, talk and... that's about it. Pitiful, right?

Tiger Egg Cowry


Image: liquidguru Cuspivolva tigrisTigers lay eggs! And they live in the sea. And they have one foot and no legs.

Sixgill Stingray


Hexatrygon bickelli If there's one thing that should be clear to anyone who cares to notice, it's this: the pitch darkness and suffocating pressure of the deep sea does strange things to a body.

Tiger Egg Cowry


Image: liquidguru Cuspivolva tigrisTigers lay eggs! And they live in the sea. And they have one foot and no legs.


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