Since 1939, scientists have thought the “barreleye” fish Macropinna microstoma had “tunnel vision” due to eyes that were fixed in place. Now though, Monterey Bay Aquarium researchers show that the fish actually has a transparent head and the eyes rotate around inside of it. From the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute: Contents of this page belong to
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