Look at this guy. I want to eat it and pet it at the same time.
Safety in numbers has never been more true than when it comes to the striped eel catfish, a serpentine species with an impressive plume of whiskers sprouting from its face and propensity for highly coordinated group activities.
Dappled all over with a wild plume of feathers that tower like a silver crown, the crested kingfisher is a sight to behold.
At just 14cm long from beak to tail, the double-eyed fig parrot is a diminutive little guy with a disproportionately large head and gorgeous colours on its face.
At 1.7 metres long and roughly 50 kg, the Hector’s dolphin is a diminutive little thing.