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Water Chevrotain (Hyemoschus aquaticus) also known as mouse deer, are the intermediates in appearance between pigs and deer. They occur in western and central African rain forest river valleys along the edges of swamps and streams.

photonasty: The water chevrotain (Hyemoschus aquaticus), because OMG D’AWWWW IT’S A MOUSE DEER WITH FANGS!!

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Kaleidoscope jellyfish (Haliclystus auricula). While other jellies may opt to float around in the open seas, this 8-armed, stalked jellyfish attaches itself on algae and seagrasses. Clusters of 100 short tentacles adorn each arm and can be found in the waters of the Northern Hemisphere. Amazing!

Archer fish shoot water jets with enough force to knock prey (insects) into the water from overhanging vegetation.

A nudibranch (Flabellina nobilis: Coryphella nobilis) feeding on a hydroid (Tubularia indivisa) in the chilly waters off Norway in spring. The nudibranchs climb up these hydroids and chow down!

The ocellated icefish (Chionodraco rastrospinosus) lives in Antarctic waters, has no scales, and is the only vertebrate with clear-as-gin, haemoglobin-free blood! Amazing!

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