This weird little fish is found off the coast of the Galapagos islands. They are, for this reason, also known as the Galapagos Batfish.
They get their name from the fact that their mouths are surrounded by what looks like red lipstick.
Their shape makes them look like an animal in flight, hence the reference to the bat. It is for this reason that they are not the strongest swimmers in the ocean. In fact, they are known to scurry quite clumsily along the bottom of the ocean.
They have an illicium, which is commonly found on anglerfish, to attract and lure prey. Their prey tends to consist of other small fish (smaller than them), as well as crustaceans.