Who are you calling ugly? Meet one of our most unique deep sea fish- the Blobfish (Psychrolutes microporos). Their jelly-like bodies are slightly more dense than water which maintains its buoyancy instead of a swim bladder. Blobfish don't have bones or teeth, but like to eat small crustaceans like crabs, sea urchins, and shellfish. Blobfish probably look quite normal in their natural deep environment where pressure holds it shape. At the surface with no water pressure, they "melt" into a puddle of goo. So don't judge!