How to spot dragon fish with a crystal ball

The dragon fish has always fascinated people around the world.

However, it has never been caught in the wild and has only ever been seen by fishermen in Japan.

Now, however, that has changed.

Dragon fish are a rare species in the world, but a group of researchers in Japan have found them swimming around in a crystal sphere that has been used to keep track of the fishes movement.

Dr Masanori Ohsawa and his team have been collecting dragon fish in a glass case since 2010 and have found that the fish move and behave in ways that no other fish do.

“It’s hard to describe, but we have to say that this is a fascinating discovery,” said Dr Ohsawas co-author, Masaki Kudo, of the University of Tokyo.

Dragon fish The crystal sphere is about 3cm in diameter and is made up of glass filled with calcium carbonate. “

The way it moves and moves in this crystal sphere has been a mystery until now.”

Dragon fish The crystal sphere is about 3cm in diameter and is made up of glass filled with calcium carbonate.

The calcium carbonates help to keep the water crystal clear and stable, and it is thought the fish’s scales may act as camouflage, allowing them to swim along the water surface.

The team also found that dragon fish have a large head with two eyes on each side of the head.

Dragon fishes are very docile, but have been known to bite and even attack people.

“This has been one of the most challenging aspects of our work, since the fish have been captured in Japan,” Dr Ohsen said.

But we have now shown that this behaviour is not due to their scales, as the fish don’t move their bodies and just keep on swimming in a circle. “

When they bite, the fish will often lose their scales and their bodies will be covered in scales and scales of all shapes and sizes.”

But we have now shown that this behaviour is not due to their scales, as the fish don’t move their bodies and just keep on swimming in a circle.

“Instead, we found that their bodies move in the direction of the crystal sphere.

This is the first time we have been able to show that dragon fishes have a body that moves in the same direction as the crystal, and not just in one direction.”

This behaviour is very unique, and probably the most amazing thing about dragon fish,” Dr Kudo said.