Weird Nature Series – Vol. 4 Agama Agama lizard Fanfin Seadevil Deep ocean anglerfish and one crazy looking bastard Glaucus Atlanticus A small blue sea slug, they may see fairly harmless but they feed on creatures like venomous cnidarians, they then store the stinging nematocyts within their own tissue. Meaning you may receive a sting when picking one up. Kiwa jurists aka Yeti Crab This furry looking wee bastard has hairy pincers that contain filamentous bacteria, which it may use to detoxify poisonous minerals from the water emitted by the hydrothermal vents where it lives. Only discovered by humans in 2005. More creatures and creepers from the wonderful world of weird nature! If this is your first time seeing our weird nature series of fast and loose sketches then be sure to check out: Weird Nature Vol. 1, Weird Nature Vol. 2 and Weird Nature Vol 3 for more visual feasts on the strange world we live in.