Far be it from me to tell spiders what to do, but a tarantula has no business being in the water.
Look at this big fellow. Such a solid unit.
A nocturnal, tree-dwelling carnivore with the face of a possum, the body of a cat, and a luxurious feather-duster tail, the Asiatic linsang is a wonderful example of the diversity of mammals hiding out in the forests of South East Asia.
If magpies told ghost stories, it would be about the channel-billed cuckoo. If one of these pterodactyl-like birds has a magpie’s nest in their sights, it’s game over.
Nothing screams “I’m available” like fluorescent pink neck skin.
Like a dinosaur that flew nose-first into a vat of bubblegum ice-cream, the red-footed booby truly is a sight to behold.
Meet the Spanish dancer, one of the largest nudibranchs known to science.
The peacock mantis shrimp is beautiful, deadly, and has more tricks up its sleeve than a Bond villain.