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Blind catfish are a type of fish that are found in underground rivers and caves. They are called "blind" because they have no eyes or visual pigments, which means they cannot see.
There are many different species of blind catfish, and they can be found in different parts of the world, including the United States, Mexico, Brazil, and Thailand.
Blind catfish have a unique sensory system that allows them to navigate and locate food in complete darkness. They use their sense of smell, touch, and taste to locate prey and avoid obstacles.
Blind catfish are typically small in size, with most species measuring less than a foot long. They have a cylindrical body shape with no scales and a small, rounded head.