1. Transparent Surgeon Fish: You may be wondering why you find the fish in the photo above so familiar. He is related to Dory, partner of Nemo's father in the Finding Nemo animation. The image animal is a young individual of a species called Acanthuridae, it lives in tropical seas.
2. Glass-winged Butterfly: Unlike most butterflies, this one has no bright colors, but is characterized by transparency. Greta oto is a member of the Danainae subfamily, Ithomiini tribe, and Godyridina subtribe. The glass wing butterfly, as it is better known, uses transparent wings as camouflage.
3. Black ice fish: Chaenocephalus Aceratus is better known as black ice fish, and belongs to the Actinopterygii class, living mainly in the Antarctic Ocean. Your blood is transparent, just like your body. The animal is also characterized by the fragile skeleton and the whitish and gelatinous gills.
4. Phantom Shrimp: Palaemonetes paludosus is another transparent animal whose popular name is Phantom Shrimp. Originally from the southeastern United States, it is a transparent shrimp. The animal likes cool waters, such as lakes, and feeds on plankton. Transparency acts as an effective camouflage.
5. Salpa maxima: Salpa maxima is part of a set of planktonic tunicates of the Salpidaeis family, and its shape resembles a barrel. The gelatinous structure of your body aids movement within the water as it makes contractionary movements to pump the fluid. Salpa maxima likes icy waters and can be seen on its own and in colonies that form long chains.
6. Glass Frog: Many people cannot even imagine the existence of a transparent frog. But he exists, and lives in the southern United States. Popularly known as the glass frog, the amphibian belongs to the Centrolenidae family. Usually they have a shade of green, but you can find totally transparent individuals. Thus your internal organs, such as the heart, become visible.
7. Immortal Jellyfish, or Turritopsis Dohrnii: Certainly, the Turritopsis Dohrnii can be considered one of the most impressive creatures in the world, as it is immortal. This jellyfish inhabits waters in the Mediterranean region and Japan. Its life cycle is endless, unlike other jellyfish in the wild. Experts are still very intrigued by the characteristics of your body.
8. Glass eel : The European eel is known as the glass eel for obvious reasons. It lives in European rivers, and its length varies between 60 and 80 cm, but there are rare records of individuals that reached 1.5 m in length. The animal has a long life expectancy when in captivity (80 to 150 years), but there are no figures regarding the life span among those living in the natural habitat.