Weird deep-sea fish with a transparent head Video
The transparent-headed Pacific Barreleye spends much of its time motionless, at more than 2,000 feet…
The eelpout Pachycara cousinsi is one of six new species of deep-sea fish found at depths of 2.8 miles (4.5 kilometers) off the remote Crozet Islands in the Indian Ocean between Antarctica and Africa.
The eelpout has been identified as a new species from just one sample that was caught during a 2005/2006 expedition. The size of the specimen is just over a foot long (41 centimetres) and has strange fleshy lips.
Source, National Geographic.