A female turtle spends five long years returning to her birth site to lay hundreds of eggs of her own.
The last hatchling on the beach dodges predators from above and below on her way to the safety of the sea.
Only one hatchling in 1,000 will survive to adulthood, but the ones that do can live over 80 years.
These two make for surprisingly well-matched rivals.
Here’s how to hunt in the shallowest of waters.
As the largest herbavores in the sea, dugons can eat an entire football field’s worth of sea grass in a single day.
Pigs can’t fly, but they sure can swim!
The Southern cassowary is the closest animal we have to a living dinosaur.
Octopuses live and breathe underwater, but that doesn’t stop the Australian Abdopus from roaming on land, too.
Can this marine iguana hatchling outrun dozens of hungry snakes on the beach?
Would you have the guts to get up close and personal with these dangerous predators?
This three-toed pygmy sloth is doing his best to find “the one”!
Warning: While washing your shirt, you may share a pool with some interesting friends.