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14 Weird Sea Creatures | Image Cent

14 Weird Sea Creatures | Image Cent | The Deep Sea | Scoop.it
The word deep sea creature refers to organisms that exist under the photic zone of the ocean. ...
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Life in the deep sea: 6000m down - BBC News

Life in the deep sea: 6000m down - BBC News | The Deep Sea | Scoop.it
Mother Nature NetworkLife in the deep sea: 6000m downBBC NewsBut while adventurers are looking to roll back this final frontier, scientists are also interested in the deep.
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Wonderful animals: Dumbo Octopus

Wonderful animals: Dumbo Octopus | The Deep Sea | Scoop.it
This is an octopus (really a kind of octopus) who lives between 3000 and 5000 meters deep and is called the Dumbo Octopus (Grimpoteuthis) because their fins resemble the ears of an elephant. Where this little ...
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Wednesday Word of the Week: Abyssopelagic - Nat Geo Education ...

Wednesday Word of the Week: Abyssopelagic - Nat Geo Education ... | The Deep Sea | Scoop.it
Most commonly used to describe a vertical depth zone in the ocean that is found starting 3962 meters (13000 feet) below sea level. The abyssal zone lies underneath the bathypelagic ...
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Renewed interest grows in the ocean's deepest waters - FIS

FISRenewed interest grows in the ocean's deepest watersFISThe Lower Midnight or Abyssal zone (4000-6000m) is where most of the ocean floor is found, with the average depth being 4267m.
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Schlockology: The Abyss

Schlockology: The Abyss | The Deep Sea | Scoop.it
With the first submarine telegraph cables in the mid of the 19th century it was discovered that life existed also in great depth, as the cables when lifted back to the surface were encrusted by organisms.
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