A rare sea creature like a golden cigar turned out to be a dragon fish
Berkeley, California: Scientists have spotted a rare fish in the depths of the ocean that looks like a long rifle bullet or a cigar. According to experts, this is the rarest dragon fish that has appeared after a long time.
Interestingly, it floats straight like the alphabet of the alphabet, whose biological name is Bethofiles flamingai. It has been viewed only four times in nearly 30 years of research and 27,600 hours of video, most recently in Monterey Bay, near California. This time, experts have taken a beautiful and clear video of the dragon fish at a depth of 1000 feet, while it likes to stay even deeper.
She appears to be the best swimmer in the video, but she hides in the dark for a long time to hunt. It has metallic bronze-colored scales on its body, which look shiny and golden. It chews small fish and eats them with its sharp teeth.
There are other dragonfish bodies, one of which has bright red eyes that act as a searchlight in search of food. The second type of dragonfish has fine light-emitting pouches on its chin, which trigger the prey itself.
But of these, the bronze-colored dragonfish can grow up to 16 cm in length, which is why it is impossible to see.