National Geographic : 1953 Nov
+ Pygmy Roundmouth Opens Jaws Like a Troop-landing Barge One of the most abundant of deep-sea fishes, the inch-long Cyclothone resembles a transparent worm. Its mouth can snap open nearly 180° to engulf a fish or crustacean dinner. Black dots shine like stars when viewed from underside. Kodachromes by Paul A. Zahl (enlarged 12 and 8 times) + Eel Larvae, Wafers of Living Lucite, Can Hide No Secrets from the World Fresh-water eels spawn southeast of Bermuda near the Sargasso Sea. Larvae like these, so transparent that usually only the eyes can be seen, travel three years to European rivers. Spinal cord, digestive tract, and rib like muscle segments show as in an X-ray.