(FOX) — Three bizarre-looking types of deep sea creatures have been spotted in one of the deepest parts of the Pacific Ocean — the Atacama Trench, located up to 7 miles below the ocean’s surface off the coast of Peru and Chile.

A group of 40 scientists from 17 different nations teamed up to search the freezing, pitch-black area, using cameras and other equipment.

With these tools, they were able to find three interesting creatures, which they believe are types of snailfish, about 5 miles deep. For now, the fish are simply being called the pink, blue and purple Atacama snailfish.