Ugliest fish in the world - frog fish

Ugliest fish in the world - frog fish

The painted frogfish or spotted frogfish is a marine fish belonging to the family Antennariidae. The painted frogfish grows up to 30 centimetres long. Like other members of its family, it has a globulous, extensible body, with soft skin is covered with small dermal spinules. Its skin is covered partially with few, small, wart-like protuberances, some variably shaped, scab-like blotches and many small eye spots which look like sponges holes. Its large mouth allows it to consume prey its same size. The coloring of the body is extremely variable because they always tend to match their living environments. Frogfishes have the capacity to change coloration and pigment pattern in few weeks.

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