The Blobfish also called Psychrolutes Marcidus isn't one of the most beautiful creatures on the world, it's just like one piece of fat in the worst case. The Blobfish exists mostly out of a gelatinous mass with a density that's less then water. This fish lives on depths where the pressure is so high that each bone of a normal creature would explode. Because of the low density of his gelatinous mass he can float above the sea bottom. It's a very weak muscular fish that needs to spare its energy, it actually waits for its pray to come close enough to attack. No need for big muscles on these depths.
The pressure where the Blobfish lives is actually 80 times higher then the normal sea level. These Blobfish live in Australia and Tasmania on depths of 800 meters. They are rarely seen or found, but some people who throw their nets into the deep sea have a possibility to catch these strange looking creatures.