Some subjects under study using the I3S tool

Carcharias Taurus or Ragged Tooth Shark
Also call the Grey Nurse Shark or the Sandtiger Shark. Ragged Tooth Sharks can attain 3.2m and 300 kg. They have a dark-brown to olive-grey body, a paler underbelly and many large dark spots. These spots usually lighten with maturity. Globally the Ragged Tooth Shark is currently listed as “vulnerable” by the IUCN Red List.
Rhincodon typus or Whale Shark
The whale Shark is a slow filter feeding shark that is the largest living fish species. It can reach a length of up to 18 m, weighing up to 15 tons. The average size is 25 feet (7.6 m) long and they have distinctively-marked spots. They can be found in tropical and warm temperate seas throughout the world. Whale Sharks are listed by the IUCN as "Vulnerable" of global extinction.
Manta Birostris or Manta Ray
The manta rays are the largest living ray in the ocean. The Manta ray is a large plankton-feeding ray, widely distributed in tropical and semi-tropical shelf waters, around oceanic islands and other areas of upwelling, such as seamounts. Mantas are listed by the IUCN as ‘near threatened’ or ‘vulnerable’ to extinction throughout their distribution.
Other animals are:
Whales (fluke), Dolfins,
Newts, Lions, Seadragons.....