8. These green balls are the eyes of the fish:
The macropinna microstoma has a straightforward head. The fish can see through it to take a gander at its environment. The shell shields the eyes from microorganisms that could eat the eyes. The fish can move the eyes. It normally gazes upward yet on the off chance that it needs to monitor its prey, it can move the eyes wherever it needs to look.
7. A moderate loris licks its toxic armpits and spits the substance onto its adversaries.
When a moderate loris faculties peril, it transmits an uncommon straightforward fluid. The creature puts the fluid on the hide, blends it with salivation, and gets ready to chomp its adversary or to spit at it. The poison causes a solid hypersensitive response.