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#1. Ghost Shrimp:- Also known as the Glass Shrimp, this translucent crustacean is a popular pet. Its natural habitat is in the brackish water of wetlands, where it is a skilled scavenger.
#2. Barreleye Fish :-This intriguing fish has barrel-shaped tubular eyes that are extremely light-sensitive eyes and are directed upwards to detect the silhouette of prey.
#3. Glass Frog:- This amazing amphibian has a transparent under-belly allowing you to see a fully visible system of organs. These nocturnal creatures are tiny — a mere 2–8 centimetres — and live in the canopies of Central and South American rain forests. #4. Glasswing Butterfly:- Native to Columbia, Bolivia, Peru, and Ecuador, the Glasswing butterfly features huge transparent wing panels.
#5. Crocodile Icefish;- This ghostly Antarctic fish has colourless blood — it’s the only known vertebrate without red blood cells and hemoglobin (the iron-rich protein that binds and transports oxygen through the circulatory system).
#6. Tortoise Shell Beetle:- These beetles are quite colourful, but posses an entirely transparent upper shell that surrounds it like a bubble, creating an entirely unique appearance.
#7. Sea Salp:- These tiny barrel-shaped organisms move through the water by pumping water through their gelatinous bodies, munching on phytoplankton as they go. Salps are known for their unique life cycle, during which they exist both as individuals (above) and part of a larger organism (below). Four-inch (10.2 centimeter) sea salps link together to make luminous chains up to fifteen feet (4.6 meters) long!
#8. Transparent Sea Cucumber:- This alien-like sea creature lives at a depth of 2,750 meters, on the ocean floor. It creeps forward on its many tentacles at about 2 centimeters per minute while sweeping detritus-rich sediment into its mouth.
#9. Glass Squid:- There are about 60 different species of glass squid that make up the Cranchiidae familiy.
#10. Jellyfish:- Jellyfish are found in every ocean and have roamed the earth’s waters for at least 500 million years.
#11. Big Skate :- Raja Binoculata or ‘big skate’ is often found in shallow waters. Its human-like ‘face’ makes it a popular attraction in aquariums all over the world. Their very pale skin reveals internal organs — if you can get close enough that is!
#12. Phronima:-This deep-sea shrimp-like creature may be tiny (most never exceed 1 inch in length) but it makes up for it in extreme ferocity. Phronima females attack salps, eating them from the inside, and then lay their eggs inside the dead bodies. You wouldn’t want to mess with these little critters.
13. Cyanogaster:- Discovered only a few years ago, this blue-bellied fish is only a few millimeters long. It lives in Rio Negro, the largest tributary of the Amazon River and seems to appear only at night.
#14. Sea Angel:- These ethereal, otherworldly, translucent sea slugs hover through the cold waters of the Arctic Ocean. If they look familiar it might be because they are the real-world inspiration behind the Pokemon characters Phione and Manaphy.
#15. Barton Springs Salamander:- This endangered lungless salamander is not much of a traveller. It makes its only home in Barton Springs, a group of natural springs in Austin, Texas.
16. Glass Catfish:- The Asian glass catfish is one of the most transparent vertebrates on the planet.
#17. Clear Slug:- Gaeotis flavolineata is a gastropod whose bright green shell has evolved to become too small for it to retract into fully — making it something in between a land snail and a slug.
#18. Transparent Jumping Spider:- The jumping spider family contains more than 5,000 species making it the largest family of spiders in the world
#19. Warty Comb Jelly or Sea Walnut:- Comb jellys (Mnemiopsis leidyi) have a lobed body, one or two cells thick, that is oval-shaped and transparent.
#20. Glass Octopus:- This ghostly octopus is found in the deep open tropical and subtropical waters around the world.
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