Barreleye Fish evolution or creation?
The barreleye (also known as the spookfish) is a small fish with a length of six to seventeen inches. This strange and unique fish is named for its vertical barrel-shaped or tube-shaped eyes, but its most notable feature may be its transparent head. The eye is enclosed inside a transparent dome of soft tissue that makes up the outer head of the barreleye fish. These unique eyes can view either forward or upward and give the barreleye fish telescopic view from above and forward ahead. The barreleye is a deep-water fish and is commonly found at depths of over 2,000 feet. The barreleye is found in the Pacific, Atlantic, and Indian Oceans and commonly eats jellyfish. The dome shaped head is filled with a clear fluid that allows a strong sensitivity to light and its barrel-shaped eyes normally point upward but these eyes can actually move and rotate so that they point forward when the barreleye feeds. The barreleye cannot see sideways or laterally, however. This fish also has a small mouth, no teeth, and a pointed snout, along with two nostrils above the mouth. The barreleye fish also has large, flat fins that allow strong control over its motion in the deep waters. The barreleye fish also has a unique method of hunting for food, as it stays motionless in the deep waters and looks upward while their complex eyes enable them to see long distances upward. Engineers have used the barreleye to design the glass canopy of jet fighter planes. The design observed in the anatomy of the barreleye is evident and could only be the result of a creation by an intelligent designer that had His creation in mind. While animals can adapt to their environment, the barreleye is just another animal species that defies standard evolutionist philosophies and exemplifies a special creation by an Intelligent Designer.