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  • Quinn Stickley

    Leptocephalus (meaning=slim heads) are ribbonlike, translucent, pelagic larva of marine eels and some freshwater eels and other members of Elopomorpha. Eels with this transparent larva stage includes some of the popular and mostly known eels such as Moray eel and garden eel.

  • Amy Fahner

    Clear scary thing

  • M Thompson

    Glass Fish Snakes

  • Bonny Nugraha

    Amazing transparent fish

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