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The Archerfish are a small family of fish, comprised of only seven species, that have a unique way of collecting their prey. They use their specialized mouth to shoot drops of water into the air to waylay unsuspecting land insects or small animals and get them to drop into the water to be eaten. They are both freshwater and marine fish. Naturally, individuals of this family tend to spend most of their time near the surface.

The Archerfish are a small family of fish, comprised of only seven species, that have a unique way of collecting their prey. They use their specialized mouth to shoot drops of water into the air to waylay unsuspecting land insects or small animals and get them to drop into the water to be eaten. They are both freshwater and marine fish. Naturally, individuals of this family tend to spend most of their time near the surface.

The Satanic Leaf Tailed Gecko is like a real life Dragon! A comment indicates that the wings are fake?

The Satanic Leaf Tailed Gecko is like a real life Dragon! A comment indicates that the wings are fake?

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Lovely bubbly! Beluga whales are the ocean's cleverest creatures, but they aren't above a spot of fun

“ Pygmy Marmoset at the Yana Cocha Wildlife Center in Puyo, Ecuador by margaretrocks ”

“ Pygmy Marmoset at the Yana Cocha Wildlife Center in Puyo, Ecuador by margaretrocks ”

Oophaga pumilio 'Bastimentos'  - Captive Bred Sub Adults

Oophaga pumilio 'Bastimentos' - Captive Bred Sub Adults

Terrestrial breeding frogs, such as this Diademed Rain-Peeper (Pristimantis diadematus), are intriguing for their reproductive behavior: these frogs do not produce tadpoles, but lay eggs which hatch into miniature versions of their parents. Photo by Alejandro Arteaga.

Terrestrial breeding frogs, such as this Diademed Rain-Peeper (Pristimantis diadematus), are intriguing for their reproductive behavior: these frogs do not produce tadpoles, but lay eggs which hatch into miniature versions of their parents. Photo by Alejandro Arteaga.

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