What's Inside A Blobfish | What's Inside?

The blobfish was crowned the worlds ugliest animal in 2013– a title it still defends today. However that difference was based upon what this creature appears like on land. But drop this fellow 9,200 feet below sea level, and the water holds up all that flab like a push-up bra, making the fish a little more good-looking. Exact same old fish, however with a little more support. So what is all that water pressure holding together?

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Whats Inside A Blobfish|Whats Inside?

The blobfish was crowned the worlds ugliest animal in 2013– a title it still safeguards today. Drop this fellow 9,200 feet listed below sea level, and the water holds up all that excess weight like a push-up bra, making the fish a little bit more handsome. Very same old fish, however with a bit more assistance. What is all that water pressure holding together?

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  1. For those who are familiar with the metric system:
    At 0:00: “This creature was crowned the world’s ugliest animal in 2013, a title it still defends today. On land, he’s got a body like Jell-O and a big old frown. But drop this fellow 2,800 meters below see level, and the water holds up all that flab like a push-up bra, making the fish a little more handsome.”
    At 1:46: “In case you hadn’t guessed, blobfishes aren’t exactly yoked. They have very little red muscle, the kind that allows you, a human, to run a kilometer or a tuna fish to migrate across oceans.”

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