Bucconis is the Italian word for fatheads actually refer to the fish family "Psychrolutidae" which includes the fatheads or fathead sculpins, including the blobfishes.This poorly known family consists of bottom-dwelling marine sculpins shaped like tadpoles, with large heads and bodies that taper back into small, flat tails.

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