|Description:Harbor Porpoise are among the smallest cetaceans in the ocean. It has small flippers and lives inshore, so is the best-studied of the cetaceans. Their loud puffing sounds make them easy to find.
|Description:The Basilisk was named for a mythological Greek part rooster, part lion, and part snake animal. It is a lizard living in Central and South America, and it can sprint on top of water. They are typically brown or olive green, and have head crests which are used for defensive displays.