Okay, sorry for the unPhotoshopped nature of this picture; I'm just dumping it here to stop procrastinating.
So, the critter in the corner is my take on the tree chinchilla.
These little guys are about as big as a soccerball and are avid swimmers. They eat a diverse diet consisting of fruit, fish, insects, snails, and seeds. The antennae in particular are used for fishing, which is a very unique procedure indeed. The tree chincilla finds a shallow spot where smaller minnows hang out, and then, clinging to a lagoon crawler root, it sticks its antennae into the water and jiggles them around like a drowning insect or an aquatic bug. When a minnow approaches, the tree chinchilla releases a small shock which temporarily stuns the minnow. Then the chinchilla dives in, seizes the minnow in its paws, and climbs back up the mangrove root to eat it.
The leaves in this picture are my favorite style. I have more leaf choices for you guys to look at, but I'll post those another night.