This is a male jawfish. After mating, the female jawfish will give her eggs to the male, which he keeps in his mouth.
Nature Has No Scale
Many of the creatures we love come in wildly varying sizes. The above giant jellyfish, for example, is a lot bigger than how pop culture depicts the invertebrate.
The elusive “big red” jellyfish is still under research, but so far it's only been found to grow between 15 and 75 centimeters.
Dracula of the Sea
The lamprey fish is known for latching onto, boring into, and sucking the blood out of its prey. Just look at the smile...
The Colors! The Colors!
The psychadelica is a frogfish, meaning its fins have developed into leg-like apendages. It uses these fins to hop along the ocean floor and is known for it's distinct fingerprint-like pattern.