Native to northern Australia and southern New Guinea, these lizards have a menacing appearance with a giant frill but are actually insect-eaters.
Inhabiting deep-sea waters, this fish has a gelatinous appearance and a unique adaptation to its environment.
A rare deep-sea shark with a long, pointy snout and crooked teeth.
Also known as the Hungarian sheepdog, it has a distinct corded white coat resembling dreadlocks.
One of two monotreme mammals, it lays eggs and has spines and electroreceptors in its snout.
A long-fingered lemur from Madagascar with unusual teeth and nocturnal habits.
Known as the Mexican walking fish, it remains aquatic and can regenerate body parts.
A semi-aquatic, venomous egg-laying mammal from eastern Australia with electroreception.
Named after its ear-like fins, it lives in extreme depths of the ocean.
Slow-moving mammals from Central and South America adapted for an arboreal lifestyle.
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