Blind, Cave-Dwelling Fish Found in Otherworldly Cave | National Geographic

Chinese and French scientists found a rare, blind fish during a recent expedition.
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Welcome to the otherworldly caves of southwest China. Chinese and French scientists found something rare during a recent expedition: a blind fish called a Sinocyclocheilus grahami, or golden-line barbel. The species is critically endangered because of pollution and overfishing. They're able to survive here because southern China contains some of the world's most pristine caves.

Blind, Cave-Dwelling Fish Found in Otherworldly Cave | National Geographic
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