Leafy seadragons are covered with leaf-like appendages, making them remarkably camouflaged. Found in Australia, they inhabit calm, cold water and have been protected by the government since 1982.
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Red uakari monkeys live in the treetops of the Amazon rainforest, eating fruit, seeds, nectar and the occasional caterpillar. The monkeys only come down from the upper levels during the dry season, when food is scarce.
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