Here they are!
Don't want to read all twenty-three! Well, in my opinion, the best ones are 10, 14, 15, 17, 18, and 19! Enjoy!
1. Alaskan Mammals: The Sitka black-tailed deer will graze on beach plants like dune grass and kelp during the lean season.
3. Dinosaurs: In 1883, Ceratosaurus was the first large meat eating, or Theropod, dinosaur skeleton that was discovered more than half complete. The first skeleton was discovered in Colorado.
4. Dinosaurian Contemporaries: Lagosuchus was either the direct ancestor, or a close relative of the ancestor, of the dinosaurs.
11. Penguins: Despite the fact that most people think of penguins living in cold, snowy climates, the king penguin typically forms colonies in the shelter of dense tussock grass.
14. Extreme Abilities: In order to protect itself from various predators and to hunt its various prey, the amazing Indo-Malayan octopus can mimic an enormous variety of different animals, including flounder, sea snakes, crinoids, jellyfish, lionfish, hermit crabs, stingrays, brittlestars, stomatopods, and sea anemones, amongst many others.
15. Extreme Movement: Although this dude looks like a worm or something, the caecilian is actually a close relative of newts and salamanders. It lives strictly underground, and is rarely seen, despite the fact that they can grow up to five feet long.
18. Remarkable Mammals: The aye-aye, possibly one of the creepiest looking animals in the natural world, is a type of lemur whose large incisor teeth grow continuously.
19. Remarkable Birds: Once thought to be the missing link between reptiles and birds, the South American Hoatzin hatches out of its egg with claws on its wing greatly resembling those of the ancient Late Jurassic bird Archaeopteryx. These wing claws are not often, and maybe even never, found on birds today, with the obvious exception of the baby Hoatzin. As the Hoatzin grows, its wing claws disappear.
20. Remarkable Fish: The electric eel can discharge fifty volts from its body.
21. Remarkable Reptiles and Amphibians: The Cuban tree boa will position itself in small apertures in caves, striking with deadly accuracy at bats that fly out of the cave. Remarkably, the snake will do this in complete darkness, somehow sensing where the bats are.
22. Prehistoric Animals: Like Lagosuchus, Effigia is another possible relative of the dinosaurs.