Japanese scientists, have created a first of its kind new breed of transparent goldfish whose heart, brain and other organs are visible through its scales and skin.
Not only do they make for a rather unusual pet, this also spells great news for the fish lovers since this would reduce the need to dissect live fish to study them
Mie University and Nagoya University in central Japan worked together by breeding mutant pale skin goldfish. These special fish are expected to live up to 20 years, grow as long as 10 inches, and weigh as much as 5 pounds.
In the meantime, another group of researchers that had created the see-through frog would be going mass-market soon.
Finally a more humane way to study the innards of animals.