**[The world’s largest cave fish from Meghalaya, Northeast India, is a new species, Neolissochilus pnar (Cyprinidae, Torinae)](https://vertebrate-zoology.arphahub.com/article/101011/element/4/418//)** In 2019, scientists found the world's biggest underground fish. At first, they thought it was a type of fish called the golden mahseer, but further studies showed that it was actually a new species. The new species is called Neolissochilus pnar and it is different from other fish because it has small or no eyes, no color, long feelers on its face, long fins, and a unique pattern of scales. This new species is different from another underground fish found in Thailand and is also different from similar fish species in other ways. Scientists named it after the local community in India where it was found.