New marine life found in deep sea vents
Six new animal species have been identified at deep-sea vents beneath the Indian Ocean.
The remote area is home to life not seen elsewhere in the world's oceans, yet has been earmarked for future mineral exploration.
Hydrothermal vents form at locations where seawater meets magma. They are surrounded by a large number of organisms that are new to science.
The latest finds include worms, snails and a crab.