Caption: This fish is even meaner than it looks. [Nightmares, anyone?] It's the snakehead. The fish are hardy enough to survive up to four days on land, and can migrate up to a quarter mile between bodies of water by wriggling on their fins. National Geographic has dubbed the snakehead "fishzilla," and it is also frequently referred to as the "fish from hell." They can grow to more than 2 feet long and have been found in at least seven states.
Snakehead fish migrates on land.
Bald uakari The shocking red pate of this follically-challenged simian has earned it the nickname among South Americans of 'mono angles', or 'English monkey', in honour of the first sunburnt Britons to visit their homeland. Where to spot them The bald uakari can be found deep in the forests of Brazil, Peru and Colombia. Reef and Rainforest can organise tailor made holidays to Uakari Lodge, in Brazil's remote Mamiraua Sustainable Development Reserve, where guests can
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