Ambon scorpionfish (Pteroidichthys amboinensis)
The Ambon scorpionfish, is a scorpionfish native to the Indian and Pacific oceans. The Ambon scorpionfish is shaggy, and can change its color for the ideal camouflage. The Ambon scorpionfish lives just offshore on the bottom of the ocean. The Ambon scorpionfish is an ambush predator.
It will camouflage itself, wait for some prey to come close in front of
itself, and then lunge forward and inhale the prey. They have poisonous
spikes on their back that they raise when threatened. The spikes are on
the back, head, and around the eyes. They can cause death.