Quite a Before-and-After series, eh? Black Dragonfish are also called Deepsea Stalkeye Fish because of their googly-eyed larval state. The larva are long and slender, almost spaghetti like creatures, that grow between 1.6 to 2.8 cm in length, and have amber eyes on very long, cartilaginous stalks that are up to 25% of the total body length. The eyestalks apparently aid it in a wider range of vision (well, we knew it wasn’t for aesthetic purposes…). The head of the larva is flat with a duck-like snout and its intestines extend outside of its body and slightly beyond its caudal fin – you can see it drooping out of the photo above. Attractive.
Holly: But the children will love the black and white pictures of googly eyed fish! Where on earth will you be able to get googly eyed fish pictures if you weed this?
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See a black moor can't really see; it is blind. He is huge and has a round belly. He takes a while to get food. A fantail that can just see and get tons of food and leave none for the googly eyed fish.
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