Provided for your amusement by Shauna:
Red Lipped Batfish (Ogcocephalus darwini)
Also known as the Galapagos batfish, this oddball seafloor dweller is a poor swimmer that spends an abundance of time “walking” on its pectoral fins. In addition to its freaky walking ability, its body is covered in gnarled lumps, so it’s no wonder this warm water species looks like it’s wearing lipstick—how else could it get a date?
When the batfish reaches adulthood, its dorsal fin becomes a single spine-like projection that lures prey.
And for this week only, we have a bonus sea freak of the week (I’m unsure as to it’s natural depth)
I don’t have commentary for this creature (since I’m not sure what it’s actual name is). The only thing I know is that it’s not a fish …