The Chrysina aurigans beetle of the Costa Rican rainforest, resembling polished gold, is considered the most beautiful insect in the world.
Nudibranchs, rainbow-colored sea slugs, thrive in seas worldwide, displaying venom storage, hermaphroditism, and a wide variety of species.
Beadlet anemone features retractable tentacles, red body, and stinging cells, while Loch's Chromodoris showcases captivating striped patterns and colorful gills.
Transparent-bellied frog, small and green with yellow spots, exhibits visible internal organs, defends territory, and displays parental care during breeding.
Kingsnake, nonvenomous and adorned with vibrant bands, thrives in pine forests, mimics coral snake, and seeks refuge in decaying pine bark.
Triggerfish, a uniquely shaped fish with vibrant colors, powerful teeth, and a notorious temperament, inhabits Indo-Pacific coastal waters and requires solitary confinement in large aquariums.
Peacocks, renowned for their vibrant colors and majestic trains, evolved to impress mates and showcase genetic fitness, with three distinct species: Pavo cristatus, Pavo muticus, and Afropavo congensis.
The white tern, a pure white seabird with black features, nests on tree branches and is the official bird of Honolulu.
The Arabian horse, known for its distinctive head shape and elegant appearance, has been bred for beauty and obedience for thousands of years, influencing other breeds.
Foley editors use tiger roars as lion sounds in movies, while tigers themselves are renowned for their stunning appearance, power, and significance in mythology and national symbolism.