Strange new fish: H. psychedelica


15 Responses to “Strange new fish: H. psychedelica

  1. Rathia says:


  2. nerak says:

    the “”PSYCHEDELIC” FISH PICTURE: New Species Bounces on Reef” link directs right back to :(

  3. Anonymous says:

    you’re telling us about a new fish that bounces along in a chaotic fashion but you dont give a vid?!?

    see it in action:

  4. TroofSeeker says:

    Obviously another fake from the people that brought us the 100-foot snake. No creature could possibly exist if I didn’t know it exists.

    I’m sorry. That was sarcastic. I feel terrible now.

  5. designian says:

    That’s an o.k. fish. But how about a fish with barrel eyes and a transparent head – so you can see it’s brains? N.B. scroll down to video

  6. Jason Rizos says:

    My dog does the same head-tilt thing when you take a picture of him.

  7. madzack says:

    i wonder how much acid god was on when he made this one. also its good to see that he is still out there dropping little gems like this.

  8. Anonymous says:

    prolly not a ‘new’ fish. glad to have a glimpse of the remaining 10% of the oceanic bio-diversity. again, do we need to plow the ocean floors for seaweed to feed cows?

  9. mycroftb says:

    Here’s *a* link, found by googling:

    There are about 2660 results for “histiophryne psychedelica”, though interestingly enough Google suggests: “Did you mean: histophryne psychedelica”, which has 0 hits. Nice suggestion there, Google.

  10. GregLondon says:

    and its cousin the hypnofrog

  11. David Pescovitz says:

    Fixed it. Thanks!

  12. Felton says:

    H. Psych: “D’y’ever think maybe our whole world is just a speck of dirt under the fin of some giant fi…whoa! Look at that light.”

  13. eustace says:

    Safe to say this comes as an eye-opening surprise to everyone here but Takuan, who probably eats these for lunch…

  14. TroofSeeker says:

    Anon asked me: “…again, do we need to plow the ocean floors for seaweed to feed cows?”

    If we could grow and harvest delicious and nutricious food from sub-sea farms, would you be opposed to it? There’s a lot of acreage down there…

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