Why does the Pacific barreleye fish have a transparent head?



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    The barreleyes or sookfish or ghostfish are a species of chaemera known for their diaphanous heads.  The transparent effects are caused by green eyes that allow the fish to notice the bioluminescence of small jellies or other prey passing overhead in the deep, inky waters.

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