The Horsehead Grasshopper is from Western South America, more specifically the jungles of Ecuador and Peru.
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Etruscan Shrew - Smallest mammal on Earth by weight (.06 oz, the same as a dime), 1.5" long (not counting tail).
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Opossum and armadillo. Field book of North American mammals New York,G. P. Putnam's Sons,1928. Biodiversitylibrary. Biodivlibrary. BHL. Biodiversity Heritage Library.
Helmet Urchins, or Shingle Urchins and in Hawaiian are called kaupali which translates to "cliff hanging." These urchins are found in the harsh intertidal zone of the volcanic shores of Hawaii.
Hippo and croc
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One of the earliest publications featuring an illustration of the platypus was George Edwards' 1835 book: 'Notes on the Natural History and Habits of the Ornithorhynchus paradoxus"
Hourglass dolphin (Lagenorhynchus cruciger) has distinct black-and-white coloring and gets its name from the white hourglass design on its sides. Whalers always keep a keen eye out for this species in particular because they frequently travel near various types of whales. The hourglass dolphin prefers colder waters and can only be found south of the subtropical convergence.
Hourglass dolphin (Lagenorhynchus cruciger) Photo: Lomvi2/Wikimedia Commons
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An adult female fossa (Crytoprocta ferox) stalks prey on the floor of the Kirindy Forest in western Madagascar
Butterfly ray (Gymnura sp.), cleared and stained. Beautiful!
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Cookie Cutter Shark!: Takes perfect circular pieces of flesh from mostly apex predators. This little guy cuts out his food so fast you can barely see him in time to understand what's going on! Only one human has ever been reported to be attacked by one: a surfer.