1. Narrow-headed soft shell turtle.
2. Red-Lipped Batfish
3. Pigbutt Worm, Chaetopterus pugaporcinus
4. Ocean Sunfish
Also known as Molas, adult sunfish can be 4.2 metres tall and 3.1 metres across, and they don't even have a tail. Who needs a tail anyway?
5. Piglet Squid
7. Star-nosed mole
9. Hairy Frogfish
The hairy frogfish is a remarkable creature. Called a frogfish because it uses its fins to walk along the sea bed rather than swim. It lures prey by disguising itself as a seaweed covered rock, and then deploying a lure that looks exactly like a wiggling worm. It is also a fearsome predator and has been known to eat fish as big as itself.
Look at its wiggly lure!
10. Gum Leaf Skeletoniser Caterpillar.
11. Maned Wolf
12. Short-Horned Lizard
13. Fawn Leaf-Nosed Bat
14. Giant Isopod
15. Egyptian Jerboa
16. Flapjack Octopus
Flapjack octopuses found stardom in the character Pearl in Finding Nemo. Sadly though, if Pearl were real she would have been pink mush as these creatures can only survive the the extreme pressures of the deep sea. Still cute though.