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Newly discovered Extreme deep-sea fish receive sugar spiders

Newly discovered Extreme deep-sea fish receive sugar spiders

Not knowing what lies at the bottom of the seas has the advantage of allowing speculative horror films. Perhaps creativity ends there, given the temporary names of three previously unknown species of snailfish that have been identified at a depth of 7,500 meters below the surface in the Pacific: pink, purple and blue.

It is true that "the pink, the blue and the purple Atacama Snailfish" are only temporarily named as such. At a given moment they get the right Latin names.

No matter how they are mentioned, they are now discovered and even filmed deep in the Atacama Trench, a crack in the bottom of the Pacific Ocean.

The exploration of the black depths of the Atacama included a team of 40 scientists from 17 different countries. Among their discoveries are three previously unknown species of snailfish, also called sea snails. What are not snails, they are fish.

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