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See the world’s ugliest animal which could be coming to a restaurant near you

 

Meet the world’s ugliest animal – and he could soon be coming to a restaurant near you.

With its giant drooping nose and pink slimy skin, the blobfish never has a smile on its face.

But that could soon change as three of the Australian deep sea dwellers are supposedly being given a plush new home – in a trendy East London cafe.

A specialist pressurised giant glass tank costing several thousand pounds is apparently being built to house three of creatures.

The lucky trio are named Barry, Lorcan and Lady Swift.

Crowned the world’s ugliest animal last year, blobfish are so bizarre-looking that one managed a cameo as an ‘alien’ in Men in Black 3.

They feast on crustaceans, can grow up to 30cm long and float easily because they are made mainly from a lightweight gelatinous mass.

Diners will be able to get up close and personal with the trio for the first time in the UK, according to the founders of the Blobfish Café, who have launched a website and Twitter page.

With its giant drooping nose and pink slimy skin, the blobfish never has a smile on its face.

But that could soon change as three of the Australian deep sea dwellers are supposedly being given a plush new home – in a trendy East London cafe.

A specialist pressurised giant glass tank costing several thousand pounds is apparently being built to house three of creatures.

The lucky trio are named Barry, Lorcan and Lady Swift.

blobfishcafe.comBlob fishUnusual: Three of the critters are said to be coming to the UK
Crowned the world’s ugliest animal last year, blobfish are so bizarre-looking that one managed a cameo as an ‘alien’ in Men in Black 3.

They feast on crustaceans, can grow up to 30cm long and float easily because they are made mainly from a lightweight gelatinous mass.

Diners will be able to get up close and personal with the trio for the first time in the UK, according to the founders of the Blobfish Café, who have launched a website and Twitter page.
Nothing has been built yet, but the owners claim it will open in 2016 as an “East London pop-up.”

A restaurant spokesperson said they “want people to be able to look the blobfish in the eyes.”

In a statement on their website the Blobfish Café wrote: “In 2013 the previously little known blobfish became an internet sensation after it was cruelly voted the World’s Ugliest Animal.

“Suddenly the blobfish was everywhere.

“But despite its online celebrity, its deep sea habitat means that very few people outside of the marine biology community have ever seen one in the (gelatinous) flesh – until now.”

The menu is said to include a range of light lunches and evening meals along with an occasional eight course deep sea-themed tasting menu.

The spokesperson added: “Next summer we are proud to be opening the world’s first pop-up aquarium in the heart of East London.

“Over the past 18 months we have been working with some of the world’s top marine biologist to understand how we can safely transport and comfortably home these deep sea dwellers.

“And the hard work has finally paid off.

“We have secured our perfect venue (not easy when you need to recreate a deep ocean environment!) and work on ‘the tank’ has begun in earnest.”

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