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.