1. Panther Chameleon
A common misconception that chameleons can change into any colour to match their environment, in fact their colour range is dictated by their species and natural environment.
Presumably the natural environment of the panther chameleon is a rave in 1985.
2. Variable Neon Slug
The variable neon slug is found in the Indo-West Pacific, and likes to party with the panther chameleon.
3. Horned Lizard
The horned lizard defends itself from coyotes by shooting blood out of its eyes. Blood. Out of its eyes.
4. Sheepshead Fish
The sheepshead fish uses it’s rows and rows of teeth to crush the shells of its prey, and not to eat your feet. Well, probably not to eat your feet.
5. European Hairy Crab
The hairy crab knows your laughing, and is plotting its revenge.
The blobfish is the laziest fish ever. It just eats whatever happens to float by, and bring slightly less dense than water means it doesn’t need to bother swimming. Laziest fish ever.
7. Piglet Squid
Piglet squid is really happy to see you. Really happy. And would like a cuddle.
8. Pinocchio Frog
The Pinocchio frog can inflate its nose. Nobody knows why.
9. Wattle Cup Caterpillar
The wattle cup caterpillar’s sting is said to be worse than three wasp stings, it looks like it listens to screamo and colours itself in with sharpies.
Then it grows up into the most boring looking moth you have ever seen.