Alien Life on this Planet — Channichthyidae

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Under the ice of the Weddell Sea, 60 million fish come to breed.

These fish are Neopagetopsis ionah, a member of the Channichthyidae, commonly known as “icefish.”

And they are an example of how life doesn’t always follow the rules we think it does.

The Uniqueness of Icefish Blood

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