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Scientists Just Discovered The Deepest Dwelling Species Of Fish—And They Look Insane

Name that fish.

Name that fish.

No, really, name that fish.

University of Hawaii scientists discovered a new type of snail-like fish during a record setting observation expedition to the Mariana Trench in the western Pacific more than five miles underwater.

And since the eel-like fish with broad winged fins has no official designation, someone’s going to have to come up with one.

Video footage, which was taken during the HADES-M cruise on Schmidt Ocean Institute’s Research Vessel, “Falkor,” reveals rat-tails, cusk eels and eel pouts at 5000 to 8000 meters, supergiant amphipods at 6500 t0 8000 meters and the unnamed, fragile snail-like fish at 8145 meters, making them the deepest living fish ever. Watch the clip below for a closer look at all of these deep sea dwellers:

And here's a video that lasers in on the new fish itself:

Okay, let's get to naming! Anyone have suggestions? Let us know in the comments.