Flat-faced Fish Fleet. Er, Family.

Scientific American introduces us to a whole new family of (rather cute) flat-faced fish:

First photographed in January off Ambon Island, Indonesia, the critter has crooked, leglike pectoral fins on its sides—typical of anglerfish, which crawl or walk along the seafloor. Unlike others of its kind, however, which typically use lures on their heads to attract prey, this new flathead works its pliable body into crevices and cracks of coral reefs in search of food.

Pictures at link.