Barnard's lanternfish, Symbolophorus barnardi

Barnard's lanternfish has huge eyes. The species grows to 12 cm in length and has photophores along the lower sides of the body.
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Glasshead Barreleye

The barreleyes are an unusual family of deepsea fishes, most of which have upwardly-directed eyes. The eyes detect the silhouettes of prey swimming above. In Australia, the Glasshead Barreleye has been collected from bathypelagic and mesopelagic depths off New South Wales.
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Blue Grenadier, Macruronus novaezelandiae

A Blue Grenadier trawled during the NORFANZ expedition at a depth between the surface and 846 m in international waters south of Norfolk Island.
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