Strange New Fish Discovered near Antarctica

[singlepic=102,140,240,,right] 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.
Eelpout (Pachycara cousinsi)
Strange New Fish Discovered

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.

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