The Australian blobfish that is famous for being ugly...might not be ugly after all. In what seems like a plot from an after school special, we can all learn a valuable lesson from the blobfish as to not be so shallow.

Read below the reason why you shouldn't judge a fish by its horrific face.

THE BLOBFISH Meet Psychrolutes marcidus, more commonly called a smooth-head blobfish.

UNDERSTANDABLY, IT'S KNOWN FOR BEING UGLY. It looks like a cartoon of a grumpy, melted, bald man. CRACKED.COM

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BUT THE BLOBFISH DOESN'T ACTHALLY LOOK LIKE THIS IN ITS NATURAL HABITAT. X The blobfish lives in the deep sea, between 2000 to 4000 feet under the wat

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THE BLOBFISH, AS NATURE INTENDED The blobfish is actually a pretty normal-looking fish in its natural environment of the deep sea.

WHY IS IT SO HGLY UP ON LAND? The blobfish has evolved to survive at deep sea pressure that is up to 120 times that of the surface. With that amount o
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