This glowing-blue fish can be found in shallow waters of the tropical and subtropical parts of the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. These Parrotfish are anemonefish: they can live for a while as male or female – but sometimes hormones kick in and cause it to change gender, now isn’t that neat?
Most of their time is spent in search of food and they eat small organisms that reside within the sand as well as algae that they scrape off rocks.
This is quite an interesting cat-like creature, or is it more like a squirrel? The fossa resides in Madagascar. Their classification has been controversial because physically it resembles a cat, while other traits suggest a relation to viverrids. Viverrids being medium-sized carnivores with longish frames and comparatively short legs.
What is even more interesting, is that genetic study has shown that they are actually their own separate species.
This fascinating frog can be found in Southern America and is a family of amphibians that exhibit an unusual peculiarity — transparent abdomens. Because their insides are visible through the skin, hence their common name being glass frogs.
Glass frogs have incredible appetites, as such, they have a need to eat and are constantly in search of small insects.
This adorable lemur is a Sunda Colugo or Sunda flying lemur is a species of colugo, native to Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore. Sunda flying Lemurs are not only cute, but they are also really smart as they’re capable of learning new tasks that are often too complex for other primates.
They actually don't fly but glide instead. Sunda Colugos are active at night and they feed on soft plant parts like young leaves, shoots, flowers, and fruits.
Irrawaddy Dolphin is an aquatic dolphin found in the Bay of Bengal and Southeast Asia. Quite sadly, there are very few individuals that still exist, making them very scarce. They are mostly found in the 118-mile stretch of the river between Cambodia and Laos.
They feed principally on fish, which they find with sonar since they are nearly blind. Their most notable feature is a round head with no distinct beak.