yet it is one of the world's "living fossils." Despite their lizard-like appearance
they are the last living members of the order Rhynchocephalia, a totally distinct lineage of reptiles.
On New Zealand's main islands, they were driven to extinction,
The only penguin species that can be found north of the equator is the Galápagos penguin,
which is primarily found on the west coast of Isabela Island and the Galápagos Island of Fernandina Island.
Thanks to the ocean currents, they have evolved strategies for staying cool and have been able to travel this far north.
The reason behind the moniker "Stonefish" is its amazing capacity for self-mimicry amidst