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This Rare “Faceless” Fish Hasn’t Been Seen in 100 Years | National Geographic

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See a rare “faceless” fish that hasn’t been seen for over a 100 years.
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Scientists studying the deep ocean off the eastern seaboard of Australia discovered this “faceless” fish. It was found 2.5 miles below the surface of the ocean, and was last recorded off of Papua New Guinea in 1873. It has no eyes and a mouth on the underside of its body.

Click here to read more about this fish.
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/06/faceless-fish-deep-sea-voyage-australia/

This Rare “Faceless” Fish Hasn’t Been Seen in 100 Years | National Geographic
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