Japanese Developed a Transparent Goldfish

Japanese researchers have succeeded in developing the world’s first transparent gold fish.

With transparent fish are used for example, school students to have access to fish anatomy without the need to kill and cut open fishes.

The pulsating heart and other organs can be seen, since fish the skin and scales have no pigment. Small brains can be seen behind the eyes. Guarantees, Associate Professor of Mie University Yutaka Tamaru.

Researchers created the transparent fish-fertilization between the pale gold fish. Fish are expected to live about 20 years old and is growing by 25 centimeters in length.

- At the same time when the goldfish is getting older, it’s whole life can be monitored, Tamaru said.

Previously, Japanese researchers have developed a transparent frogs. They are promised to come on sale next year.

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