The Blobfish

The Blobfish

Named the ugliest fish in the world, and rightfully so, the Blobfish lives at depths of up to 3,900 feet below the water’s surface. The pressure at that level is several dozen times higher than at sea level.

The flesh of a Blobfish is mainly gelatinous, slightly less dense than water. These nasty little guys are typically shorter than 30 cm and live off the coasts of Australia, Tasmania and New Zealand.

Forget turning Prince Charming into a toad, if you want put true love to the test, let’s see somebody plant a kiss on this sucker!

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