Nocturnal tarsiers in Southeast Asia have small eyes but excellent hearing and leaps, capturing prey with ease in the dark.
Tiny-eyed, but extraordinary touch. Star-shaped snout detects prey underwater, proving sight isn't everything in the animal kingdom.
large ears, small eyes. Thrive in Sahara Desert, relying on smell and hearing to find prey - insects, rodents, reptiles.
camouflage masters with small eyes blending into leaf-like appearance, staying hidden from predators, and ambushing insects.
Rare deep-sea species with flat snout & small eyes, detects faint bioluminescent signals from prey in darkness.
small eyes for nocturnal prowess, adept at evading predators & finding food with keen smell & leaps.
Tiny eyes detect polarized light, use oversized claw to generate a stunning shockwave for hunting.
tiny eyes, coral experts. Thrive in Indo-Pacific reefs, hide skillfully, and evade predators.