The tropical fish that populate the fresh water and surrounding ocean of the island display some of the more incredible coloration, but scientists have also discovered a lizard that looks like a Lite Brite. On the warm-blooded side of things, New Guinea has the highest diversity of tree-dwelling marsupials. A total of 38 different species includes one wide-eyed fellow, the Blue Eyed Spotted Cuscus. There's also some bird that looks like a splotchy orange and black turkey with neon eye waddles. Oh, and there's a bat that sort of looks like Yoda from Star Wars, if Yoda were a bit furrier and had really long nostrils (the ears and the smug expression are spot-on, though).