Orange bellowfish.  Between the bellowsfish's skull and dorsal (back) fin is a fleshy tuft that is supported by many thin rods of bone. This species lives on continental shelves at depths of 580m. (Notopogon fernandezianus)

Orange bellowfish. Between the bellowsfish's skull and dorsal (back) fin is a fleshy tuft that is supported by many thin rods of bone. This species lives on continental shelves at depths of 580m. (Notopogon fernandezianus)

Eugerres plumieri holotype - credit Sandra J. Raredon, Division of Fishes, NMNH by Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, via Flickr

Eugerres plumieri holotype - credit Sandra J. Raredon, Division of Fishes, NMNH by Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, via Flickr

X-ray Indonesian flying Tree Frog.  Rhacophorus nigropalmatus

X-ray Indonesian flying Tree Frog. Rhacophorus nigropalmatus

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