The Barreleye Fish has a transparent cranium that enables it to see above and below its body.
Tetras are tiny, colourful fish that are also common in aquariums. They favour 72-82°F temperatures. Because they are shoaling fish, they should be housed in groups of six or more.
This amphibian, also known as the Mexican salamander, has the capacity to regrow its appendages and even its spinal chord.
This marine slug glides upside down on the ocean's surface, using its bright blue underbelly to hide from predators.
This endearing octopus "flies" through the ocean in pursuit of prey thanks to its big ear-like fins.
The goblin shark is a deep-sea predator with a long, protruding snout and sharp fangs that it employs to capture prey.
This seahorse cousin blends in flawlessly with seaweed and kelp thanks to its complex leaf-like appendages.
This enigmatic species has crimson eyes and cloak-like webbing to protect itself from attackers.
Because of its distinctive pattern and frilly look, this shark can merge in with the ocean bottom and attack its victim.
A deep-sea hairy crustacean with claws coated in silky white fur that it uses to capture prey.