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Clearly Beautiful: 10 Amazing Transparent Animals

Being transparent (or nearly so) doesn't mean animals have nothing to hide. On the contrary, their lack of pigment can help them elude predators who literally see right through them. Transparency also allows creatures to conserve precious resources, a benefit anyone can clearly see.

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