Eerie Anglerfish | The terrifyingly toothy anglerfish became a common occurrence in little kids' nightmares ever since it chased Nemo and Dory in Pixar's "Finding Nemo." To attract prey, the scary-looking fish uses a bioluminescent "fishing pole" that hangs just above and in front of its toothy face. The lure is actually a piece of dorsal spine packed with millions of glow-in-the-dark bacteria.
Green fluorescent protein (GFP)-expressing and red fluorescent protein (RFP)-expressing Sinorhizobium meliloti attached to root hairs of transgenic Medicago truncatula expressing GFP::talin, which marks the actin cytoskeleton.
Fluorescent fungus -- Slime mould is no ordinary mould - it's a fungus that also has animal genes. Although they possess no nervous system, slime moulds have been shown to navigate mazes and communicate with one another.