The Dumbo octopus, known for its cute appearance, resides in extreme depths and is exceptionally rare.
The newly discovered Brookesia Nano chameleon is one of the world's smallest reptiles, measuring around 13.5mm in length.
Nimba Bats, with their distinctive orange fur wings, inhabit the West African region's caves and mining areas.
Bay of Mexico whales, a species of baleen whales, differ from Bryde whales in head height and nasal bone structure.
The tiny ant species discovered in Ecuador's Choco Darien region has a distinct facial structure.
The Crying out Tree Frog in Australia was thought to be one species but is now recognized as three distinct species.
A new snake species, named Churah, was discovered in Himachal Pradesh, India, through a photograph on Instagram.
Hawksbill sea turtles, critically endangered, absorb toxins from jellyfish and sponges, making them poisonous but unharmed.