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Scientists have dozens of strange-looking deep-sea creatures off the coast of Australia. The underwater beasts in total darkness four kilometres below the surface of the ocean. The researchers a special submarine that could with the crushing pressure of so deep in the ocean. The difficult environment and conditions it is a difficult place to . Researcher Dr Tim O'Hara said: "Australia's deep-sea environment is larger in size than the mainland, and until now, almost nothing was about life [there]. We're really excited about the discoveries that we've and are thrilled that we can now them with the Australian and international public."

The scientists surprised at how odd-looking many of the sea creatures . The research team them some similarly odd names. They a red coffin fish, a cookie cutter shark, zombie worms, tripod fish and sea pigs. Some of these creatures may new species. Researchers particularly interested in the coffin fish. They say it has blue eyes, red fins, and a unique method for catching prey in the dark. The scientists said it a "fishing rod tipped with a fluffy bait on top of its head". The researchers also , "highly concerning levels of rubbish" including, "debris from the days when steamships our waters". They said: "The seafloor 200 years of rubbish on it."

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