Blobfish live deep in the ocean, where pressures are exceedingly high. In fact, the blobfish’s gelatinous appearance is actually a brilliant adaptation — its gooey, pudding-like flesh allows it to stay buoyant at depths where gaseous bladders can’t function.
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