Sunday 21st December 2014,
PalScience

The first known fish with transparent head

Qossay Takroori 2009/02/24

Wow that’s just amazing; you can actually see what’s inside the fish’s head. It’s called barreleye fish, and was discovered alive in the deep water off California’s central coast by the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research institute.

These images were taken back in 2004, but they were released just yesterday. The first known fish with transparent head

The first known fish with transparent head

The first known fish with transparent head

The fish is about 6-inch (15-centimeter) barreleye (Macropinna microstoma) had been known since 1939–but only from mangled specimens dragged to the surface by nets. National Geographic

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  • Yesenia Delgado-PERU

    Nice.. !!!

  • Babar

    Subhan-ALLAH,,,