Tuesday, 4 December 2012

Baikal Oilfish

The golomyankas or Baikal oilfish are two species of peculiar, sculpin-like fishes endemic to Lake Baikal in Russia. Golomyankas have translucent bodies with no scales. They have long pectoral fins, and although pelvic bones are present, they lack pelvic fins. Golomyankas have a strong lateral line. The lateral line system on the head consists of large cavities linked by narrow.
 
 Baikal Oilfish
 Baikal Oilfish
 Baikal Oilfish
 Baikal Oilfish
 Baikal Oilfish

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