You can add a new type of species that we would like to get our hands on. The species named Chromis abyssus or its common name referred to as Deep Blue Chromis was discovered off the coast of Ngemelis island, Palau. The same area in which the barrel eyed fish was found. Originally seen in 1997 but never photographed up until 2007 when 9 specimens were finally captured, as they were eluding capture for over a decade! The specimens were collected at depths of 350-380 feet with divers using advanced closed-circuit rebreather dive gear. Researchers assume that these Deep Blue Chromis feed off of plankton, but little is known about their habits since they are deep dwelling creatures.