By Talitha Van Niekerk
Embark on an epic journey through the strange side of the animal kingdom. From the satanic leaf-tailed gecko to the vampire ground finch, these creatures will leave you in awe.
The kakapo, a type of parrot, is highly endangered with fewer than 300 individuals in the wild. This nocturnal bird grazes beneath trees at night, searching for plants and fruits.
Rarely seen in the wilds of Asia, the helmeted hornbills are highly endangered. Their unique appearance and behavior make them a marvel of nature.
There are usually 6 stages, 2 main, and 4 smaller. Once artists are locked in, stage and set design can start planning the equipment, sound, and lighting appropriate for each artist.
Shedding their shells during development, nudibranchs are sea slugs that flaunt brightly colored bodies with unique patterns
Despite their scaled appearance, pangolins are peaceful insectivores. They often curl into a pinecone shape to evade predators.
Each of the 3 stages acts as its own little city in terms of a power system, equipment and the sound engineers that keep the stage operating at its best.
Despite their fierce appearance and large size, flying fox bats are herbivores, primarily feeding on flowers and fruits.
From the depths of the oceans to the vastness of forests, our planet is home to some of the most unusual and captivating creatures. Let's cherish and protect them