Becky Crew is a Sydney-based science communicator with a love for weird and wonderful animals. From strange behaviours and special adaptations to newly discovered species and the researchers who find them, her topics celebrate how alien yet relatable so many of the creatures that live amongst us can be.
Meet the fishing spiders.
Australia is littered with all kinds of weird and wonderful creatures that you can’t find anywhere else on Earth, and our reptiles are no exception.
Meet the upside-down jellyfish (Cassiopea andromeda).
There’s something about being very big (or very small!) that makes an animal automatically more charming. And it doesn’t get much bigger than the amethystine python, or as Australians up in the north know it, the scrub python.
The ocean is home to a colourful array of sea cucumber species, but this has to be the grossest.