Stranger on the Inside: Photos of Tiny Toothy Catfish

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Credit: Mark L. Riccio, Cornell University BRC CT Imaging Facility
Kryptoglanis shajii, a tiny, subterranean catfish is baffling researchers, who can't seem to classify the species thanks to its strange skeletal characteristics.…Read More »

Here, a close-up scanned image of the bony structures in the catfish's toothy face, somewhat resembling the creature from the movie "Alien." [Read full story about alien catfish]    Less «
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