Description of the Blobfish Blobfish have large heads with rounded bodies that taper towards the tail. In the depths of the ocean they look more like an actual fish, and are virtually unrecognizable. The gelatin-like skin and body is an adaptation that allows these creatures to maintain neutral buoyancy.
Blobfish are generally whitish or light grey. Their size varies across the Psychrolutidae family with smooth-head blobfish growing to 12 inches, while blobfish sculpins can grow up to 28 inches. In their natural habitat, sculpin have broad, flat heads, large, widely separated eyes and a curved mouth with fleshy lips.
Blobfish, Psychrolutes marcidus, is a deep-sea fish that live on the ocean floor. The natural habitat of the blobfish is in the deep sea off the coast of Australia and Tasmania. They live in depths of 600–1200 meters underwater. Structural and Behavioral Adaptations
The Blobfish (Psychrolutes marcidus) is an omnivorous fish belonging to the Animalia family, phylum Chordata, class Actinopterygii, order Scorpaeniformes, and family Psychrolutidae. Psychrolutes is its genus. It is up to 12 to 28 inches in length and weighs up to 20 pounds, with a lifetime of more than 100 years.
Blobfish may refer to: Psychrolutidae, a fish family commonly known as blobfishes. Psychrolutes microporos, commonly known as a blobfish or fathead, and the subject of a well-known photograph. Psychrolutes marcidus, commonly known as a smooth-head blobfish or a blobfish. Psychrolutes occidentalis, Western blobfish or Western Australian sculpin.
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