Le Blue Dot Triplefin (Notoclinops caerulepunctus) est une espèce de poisson trouvée près îles et promontoires exposés de la région orientale de Northland et la Bay of Plenty sur l'île Nord de la Nouvelle-Zélande. Poisson Reference Library - redOrbit
The bottom-dwelling sea robin has several sets of specialized fins, including some that allow the fish to swim & others that let it perch on the seafloor: spotted off the Indonesian island of Sulawesi | article from national geographic news
Another Aussie killer, the Stone Fish dwells in the Great Barrier Reef as well as the Tropic of Capricorn. Camouflaged as a rock, the fish has enough sting to cause shock, paralysis and tissue death. Its venom is located in the 13-spined dorsal area and the pain from the sting is sometimes so severe that amputation may be necessary.