By >Akihabara News Team
New Genetic Design by Japanese Researchers rendered Goldfish all transparent
This new type of goldfish, totally unaware of the infringement of his privacy, naively swims in the water in all his transparency because the scales and the skin bear no pigments anymore. The result of the efforts of Japanese researchers to do away with the usual dissection method to study the internal organs of the animals, it has now become possible for researchers and curious ones among us alike to observe the organs of the fish real time while it is alive. They are said to live up to 20 years and grow 10 inches in length. The next in the line are see-through frogs which is said to be mass-produced sometime this year by the Institute for Amphibian Biology of Hiroshima University and be available at around $110.