A team of divers and scientists have discovered a new population of what is thought to be the world's rarest fish.
Red Handfish are found off south east Tasmania and until this latest discovery, only around 20-40 had been identified.
They get their name because of their hand like fins and they can be found crawling on the seabed.
The new population was found after a member of the public reported seeing a handfish, and the team of divers then spent two days searching the area.
Scientist Dr Stuart Smith said: "Finding this second population is a huge relief as it effectively doubles how many we think are left on the planet".
Pictures and video courtesy of Antonia Cooper, Reef Life Survey