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The Fish With the Transparent Head Photograph by MBARI Macropinna microstoma, commonly known as Barreleye, are small deep sea fish found in tropical-to-temperate waters of the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans.

The otherworldly barreleye fish. Note its green spherical eye lenses sitting atop its tubular eyes, under the transparent dome of its head. What appear to be eyes above its mouth are olfactory organs.

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Barreleyes or Macropinna microstoma is arguably the weirdest fish in the world. This stranger creature has a translucent head that you can .

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Rarezas de las profundidades 1 - Taringa!
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Macropinna microstoma - Deep sea fish - one of the most amazing creatures living in the deep sea. It is unique in that it has a transparent head.

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The viperfish, which can easily be recognized from the Disney film “Finding Nemo” with its hinged lower-jaw containing long stringy, pointy teeth, is a deepwater fish that lives in tropical and temperate waters. The viperfish varies from 12 to 24 inches in length and swims in depths from 250 to 5,000 feet. Although the viperfish is frightening in appearance, it is preyed on by sharks and even dolphins!
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- deep sea viper fish I saw a story in the news today in Popular Science - UPDATE: Bush’s Tropical Paradise - about Bush creating the M.

viperfish, (finding Nemo fame) found feet deep, can live up to 40 years

Known for it's overgrown teeth and ferocious hunting, viperfish is considered as one of the popular deep sea animals.

viperfish - fish from outer space!

The viperfish, which can easily be recognized from the Disney film “Finding Nemo” with its hinged lower-jaw containing long stringy, pointy teeth, is a deepwater fish that lives in tropical and temperate waters. The viperfish varies from 12 to 24 inches in length and swims in depths from 250 to 5,000 feet. Although the viperfish is frightening in appearance, it is preyed on by sharks and even dolphins!

The viperfish, which can easily be recognized from the Disney film “Finding Nemo” with its hinged lower-jaw containing long stringy, pointy teeth, is a deepwater fish that lives in tropical and temperate waters. The viperfish varies from 12 to 24 inches in length and swims in depths from 250 to 5,000 feet. Although the viperfish is frightening in appearance, it is preyed on by sharks and even dolphins!
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gulper eel. deep sea fish. Sits motionless awaiting its prey, can ingest animals that are the size of it!
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The Gulper fish, Umbrella-mouth Gulper, or the Pelican Eel. Has a hinged jaw to engulf its prey, then keeps them in its pouch-like jaw. Grow to about in length. Found at depths greater than 6500 feet! Has a luminescent lure built in to its tail.

We put together a selection of Odd Animals as Puffin, Umbrella Mouth Gulper Eel, Glowing Bunny and many more. They are even stranger than they look.

Gulper Eel- the deep sea creatures give me the hibbie jibbies

Deep sea fish that sits motionlessly waiting for prey. It can easily eat things that are its size!

gulper eel. deep sea fish. Sits motionless awaiting its prey, can ingest animals that are the size of it!

gulper eel. deep sea fish. Sits motionless awaiting its prey, can ingest animals that are the size of it!
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Barreleye Fish
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Pacific barreleye fish w/ a transparent head. The green upper internal parts are the eyes. The part mid-face that looks like eyes are nostrils

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Asian sheepshead wrasse. 'This 30-year-old male was filmed searching for shellfish and crustaceans on the seabed off the coast of Japan.' Splashnews.com
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Ugly Asian fish looks just like Shrek

Asian sheepshead wrasse. 'This 30-year-old male was filmed searching for shellfish and crustaceans on the seabed off the coast of Japan.' Splashnews.com

Asian sheepshead wrasse.    'This 30-year-old male was filmed searching for shellfish and crustaceans on the seabed off the coast of Japan.'  Splashnews.com

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Barrel Eye Fish (acropinna microstoma). It's head is transparent, enabling it to look up and see through the top of it. A deep sea fish which lives in tropical & temperate oceans around the world.#oceanlife

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