Star-nosed mole: This mole has a unique star-shaped nose covered in 22 fleshy tentacles. It uses these tentacles to sense its environment and find food, primarily worms and insects.
Blobfish: This fish has a gelatinous body that allows it to float just above the ocean floor. It feeds on small crustaceans and mollusks that it sucks in through its mouth.
Sea cucumber: This sea creature has a cylindrical body and can be found in various colours. It feeds on small particles of food, such as plankton, that it filters out of the water using its tentacles.
Axolotl: This amphibian has the ability to regenerate lost body parts, such as limbs, tail and spinal cord. It primarily feeds on small aquatic animals, such as worms and insects.
Okapi: This mammal is a close relative of the giraffe and has a unique pattern of stripes on its legs. It lives in the rainforests of Africa and feeds on leaves, fruits, and flowers.
Sea pig: This sea creature has a bulbous body and ten legs, which it uses to move along the ocean floor. It feeds on small organisms that it finds in the sediment.
Platypus: This mammal is known for its combination of features, such as webbed feet, a bill like a duck, and a venomous spur on its hind legs. It feeds on aquatic invertebrates such as insects, worms, and crustaceans.
Hammerhead shark: This shark has a unique hammer-shaped head that it uses to sense its surroundings. It feeds on a variety of fish, crustaceans, and mollusks.
Aye-aye: This lemur is known for its long middle finger, which it uses to fish for insects and grubs. It also feeds on fruits, seeds, and nectar.
Glass frog: This frog has translucent skin, which allows its internal organs to be visible. It feeds on insects, spiders, and small invertebrates.
Saltwater crocodile: These large reptiles use their powerful jaws and sharp teeth to bite and hold onto their prey, drowning them before eating them.
African lion: Lions use their sharp claws and powerful jaws to bite and suffocate their prey. They also use their strength to bring down larger animals like buffalo and elephants.
Great white shark: Great whites use their sharp teeth to bite and tear chunks of flesh off of their prey. They also have a powerful sense of smell that allows them to locate and track prey in the water.
Black mamba: These venomous snakes use their fangs to inject venom into their prey, causing paralysis and death.
Grizzly bear: Grizzly bears use their powerful jaws and sharp claws to bite and maul their prey. They also have the strength to bring down larger animals like elk and moose.
Hippopotamus: Hippos use their sharp teeth and powerful jaws to bite and crush their prey. They are also known to charge at boats and humans, capsizing them and causing injury or death.
Bull shark: Bull sharks have strong jaws and sharp teeth that allow them to bite and tear chunks of flesh off of their prey. They are also known to be aggressive and will attack humans in shallow water.
Komodo dragon: These large lizards use their sharp teeth and claws to bite and tear chunks of flesh off of their prey. They also have a venomous bite that can cause paralysis and death.
Box jellyfish: These venomous creatures use their tentacles to sting and paralyze their prey. They are known to be extremely dangerous to humans as well.
Polar bear: Polar bears use their sharp claws and powerful jaws to bite and maul their prey. They are also known to stalk and ambush their prey, using their speed and strength to take them down.