Video: ‘Deep-dwelling’ fish with ‘glass’ transparent head, 360 degree rotating eyes

Because of their unusual size and physical structure, sea creatures are frequently compared to aliens. A fish called ‘alien’ now lives about 2,000 feet beneath the sea off the coast of California. The fish’s head is actually transparent, highlighting its glowing eyes. This deep sea creature is known as a ‘Bareilly fish.’ Using its Remote-Operated Vehicle, the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute discovered this deep-sea creature (ROV).

According to the video’s description, “vehicles like the Ventana and Doc Ricketts from MBARI have made over 5,600 successful dives.” Despite having captured over 27,600 hours of video, we have only encountered this fish nine times. This fish has two glowing green balls for eyes.

When a fisherman discovered a fish that looked like a ‘cheeseburger’ in the sea, people were taken aback. With a transparent head, the eyes are clearly visible.

According to CNET, the barreleye fish was discovered last week during an expedition led by Rachel Carson to Monterey Bay, off the coast of California. However, it was discovered in 1939. The rest of its body is mostly black, with the exception of its transparent head, through which its eyes can be seen clearly. Fish have evolved a powerful ability to perceive the magnitude of the harsh environment around them, where sunlight does not reach, according to evolutionary biologists.

In 2019, rotating eyes were observed. Tubular eyes, which are common in deep-sea creatures, are its eyes. It is made up of multiple layers of retina.