The faceless fish looks happier and heartier than it did in 1887

Head of a faceless cusk
Faceless, yet managing a Mona Lisa smile? This Faceless Cusk was caught in the Jervis Bay Commonwealth Marine Reserve off New South Wales at depths of 4000 metres during the CSIRO RV Investigator voyage to the abyss. Image: John Pogonoski, CSIRO Australian National Fish Collection.
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