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Faceless Fish Emerges From the Australian Abyss - Nature World News

The Australian wildlife is truly a strange bunch, but rarely do their marine animals get much attention. Recently, an array of strange and wonderful deep sea creatures was unearthed during a voyage to the parts of the ocean never before explored ...and more »

'Faceless' fish missing for more than a century rediscovered by Australian scientists - The Guardian

A “faceless” deep-sea fish not seen for more than a century has been rediscovered by scientists trawling the depths of a massive abyss off Australia's east coast, along with “amazing” quantities of rubbish. The 40cm fish was rediscovered 4km below sea ...and more »

'Faceless' fish discovered off coast of Australia - CBBC Newsround

An international team of scientists on a deep sea research voyage have found some rather strange creatures, including a "faceless" fish. They've been using special cameras to look deep underwater off the coast of eastern Australia, around 4,000m below ...and more »

Faceless fish aren't the only absurd creatures emerging from Australia's Eastern Abyss - Popular Science

An as-yet-unidentified faceless fish, also known as a two-butted fish. Asher Flatt/CSIRO. “Faceless fish” is just a nicer way of saying “a fish with two butts.” Let's call a spade, a spade: this gelatinous blob looks like a reverse aquatic CatDog. It's ...and more »

'Faceless' fish discovered in deep sea off Australia - The Independent

A 'faceless' fish has been dredged up from a seabed 4km deep by a team of researchers investigating “the most unexplored environment on Earth”. The fish, which is just under half a metre long, has no discernible eyes or other facial features at the ...and more »

'Faceless' fish hauled up from Australia's uncharted eastern abyss - Earth Touch News

UPDATE (May 31, 2017): The 'faceless' fish is nameless no more. We've included the ID and more updates (plus photos!) below. Remember when we awarded the honorary "Guillermo Del Toro" award to this eyeless goby? Well, we may have to reassign the ...and more »

Faceless fish and gangly sea spiders found in deep abyss off Australian coast - New Atlas

An international team of scientists is halfway through a month-long journey surveying the ocean floor along Australia's eastern abyss, a previously unexplored stretch of marine territory reaching depths of between 4,000 and 6,000 m (13,100 and 19,700 ft).and more »

Scientists Find Bizarre Faceless Fish Among Mysterious Species in Australia's Deep Eastern Abyss - Newsweek

Scientists have discovered a faceless fish during a voyage to one of the deepest parts of the ocean ever visited—Australia's eastern abyss. The bizarre creature is only the second specimen of the species ever to be found, the first having been found ...and more »

“Faceless” Fish Found off the Coast of Australia - Smithsonian

For the last two weeks, a crew of scientists aboard a trawler have surveyed Australia's marine reserves, cataloging the region's unusual deep sea creatures. So far, they've brought up a lot of interesting critters, but the most surprising is a faceless ...and more »

Faceless fish among weird deep sea Australian finds - Phys.Org

Faceless fish and other weird and wonderful creatures, many of them new species, have been hauled up from the deep waters off Australia during a scientific voyage studying parts of the ocean never explored before. The month-long journey off the country ...and more »