In the Ocean Hall some 100 sea creatures reside preserved in glass jars. Each specimen has its own unique traits, and together the collection represents the vast diversity of sea life. Here is a quick guide to the standouts of the "Ocean Hall Class of 2008."
MOST LIKELY TO GET AHEAD
The monkfish, whose head makes up 75 percent of its body.
MOST LIKELY TO STICK IT TO THE MAN
Cone shells. These mollusks inject their unsuspecting prey with a fast-acting poison
The Johnson's black anglerfish, which lures prey into its mouth with a small phosphorscent light that dangles from its …