Galapagos Sea Lion - Zalophus wollebaeki. Found almost exclusively on the Galapagos archipelago. Slightly more gracile than their Californian cousins with adults of both sexes growing up to 250cm and weighing approximately 250kg. Their diet consists primarily of fish - specifically sardines - and they, in turn, are preyed upon by Great White sharks and Killer Whales.
Killer Whale / Despite its name, the killer whale (aka the orca) is classified as a dolphin, not a whale (tho all dolphins fall under the 'toothed whale' suborder of Odontoceti). In fact, it is the largest of all dolphin species. They hunt in pods, with a widely varied diet that includes fish, squid, birds, seals, sea lions and even whales. Animals Found in Antarctica.
The Genet - It looks like a cat, it’s carnivorous like a cat, but it is definitely not a cat. They primarily eat small rodents and lizards, though to add a little variety to their diet, genets sometimes have fruit salads topped with insects. Some subspecies of genets eat exclusively insects. In fact, they are known to stalk frogs at the sides of ponds.