The Pacific Barreleye Fish

They called it "The Pacific Barreleye Fish" or in scientific name "Macropinna Microstoma" (all scientific name is so hard to pronounce ish~!!)
but I called him "Mr. Transparent Head Fish" Jeng Jeng Jeng~
Fishermen and Scientists have found pieces of the unusual Pacific Barreleye Fish in their nets since 1939,
but the first photos of live, intact fish were released on Tuesday, February 24, 2009.
Size: 6-inch (15-centimeter)
What so amazing bout' this fish is, it has a fluid-filled dome on its head, through which the lenses of its eyes can be seen @_@!!!
The eyes have a barrel shape and can be rotated to point either forward or straight up, looking through its own transparent head.
Ya...the fish have a transparent head! OMG!!! GG!!!
The fish normally hangs nearly motionless in the water, at a depth of about 600 metres (2,000 ft) to 800 metres (2,600 ft).
"Mr. Transparent Head Fish" prey such as small fish and jellyfish are spotted, the eyes rotate like binoculars,
facing forward as it turns its body from a horizontal to a vertical position to feed.
That is scary!!.....Hmmm Imagine I hav a transparent head....
Here's a video of "Mr. Transparent Head Fish"

Starfish (Sea Star)

Here I found out a bit information bout' Starfish and I would love to share it with you :)
well here goes....weeeeeeeeeeee

Type: Invertebrate
Diet: Carnivore
Lifespan: 35++ years
Size: 4.7 to 9.4 in (12 to 24 cm)
Weight: Up to 11 lbs (5 kg)

Some people called it Sea Star (the star in the sea) and our local called it "Tapak Sulaiman" (why not "Bintang Laut"??)

Although we called it Starfish, Starfish is not a Fish hahaha get it?
It’s an 'echinoderm', closely related to Sea Urchins and Sand Dollars.

The five-arm varieties are the most common but species with 10, 20, and even 40 arms exist....WOW!

They have bony, calcified skin, which protects them from most predators, and many wear striking colors that camouflage them or scare off potential attackers.

Starfish are famous for their ability to regenerate limbs, and in some cases, entire bodies! (Imagine human can do that)

Did you know?
Sea stars have no brains and no blood. (That do explain why Patrick Star is dumb haha)
Their nervous system is spread through their arms and their “blood” is actually filtered sea water.

MyHeritage Face Recognition

Don't blame me..........cuz' Im sooooo bored at the I found out this cool web called "MyHeritage Face recognition" look a like!!!

then.....I try something more extreme.....but...

I think Boomer is gonna' be so sad..... XD