• Red-lipped batfish

    The Red-lipped batfish is an odd looking species of fish in the anglerfish family which gets its name from the pronounced red colouring around its mouth and its flat, bat like body. Also called the Galapagos batfish, it makes its home primarily in the ocean surrounding the Galapagos Islands as…

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  • Wobbegong

    Wobbegongs are bottom dwellers, spending their days resting and swimming near the ocean bottom. Their skins feature a symmetrical pattern that helps them blend into their surroundings. They’re sometimes called “carpet sharks” because they seem to become part of the ocean floor. With their flat, wide bodies, protruding eyeballs, and…

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