Unique is the right word for this fish. Also known as a Suihogan, the “bubble eye” goldfish has upward pointing eyes with two large fluid-filled sacs underneath them. The bubbles are extremely fragile and will pop if a sharp object punctures them; however, they’ll grow back again in the event of their undoing.
The bubbles tend to give the fish some trouble because they sometimes get so mammoth that the poor fish can’t see anything. They can also get so heavy that the fish ends up struggling when it tries to swim.
If you want one of these sea critters, you can find them in various colors, including red, orange, yellow, black, blue, chocolate, peach, turquoise, or some combination of these. The bubble eye goldfish’s origin can be traced back to China. How do you think these fish would look on postcards? Rather well, I think. Or maybe on stamps. Yes, that would be baller. We need bubble eye goldfish on stamps straight away.