A new species, which has been described by scientists in Japan, is a new addition to the global fish family, a species that is the ancestor of many of the marine fish we eat.
The new species is called Samantha fish and it has been named for its similarity to the sea bass that is found in the oceans around Japan.
The researchers of the study named it Samantha dolcocetina because it has a similar color pattern to that of the ocean bass, which is found around the world.
The fish was found in a deep cave in Hokkaido, Japan, and it was described in a paper published in the journal Current Biology.
The Japanese researchers found the fish by collecting samples from a fish tank in which the fish were kept.
They were able to determine that the fish had been living in this tank for many years.
This is an extremely unusual finding for the fish, which was previously found in just one other species.
Samantha species are often referred to as deep sea bass, because they live in the ocean deep and cannot be caught.
It’s unknown how the new species got to Japan.
Samantha doracetina is a member of the family Tarponidae, which include the bluefin tuna, the blackfish, and the cod.
It is believed to be the only deep-sea fish species in Japan.
This species was found to have an extremely unique color pattern, which makes it the most similar to that found in other species of deep sea fish.
The researchers believe that this color pattern was a result of the fact that the deep sea had been undergoing a period of acidification, which took place thousands of years ago.
When they were able as well to determine the pH level in the water, the researchers were able find a way to change the color of the fish’s body, which gave the fish its distinctive appearance.
This color pattern is similar to the color pattern found in some other species in the deep ocean, which gives them the nickname “dolcocoetina.”
It is also one of the few species in which scientists have found the same color pattern on two different fishes, so it could be a new form of species.
This fish is named after the name of a famous Japanese artist, and they have been named after two famous Japanese artists, Yamaguchi Osamu and Takashi Nishio.