Creatures from the Mariana Trench

The Fanfin Seadevil (Caulophryne jordani) is a member of the anglerfish family. The Fanfin Seadevil, however, lacks the escal bulb, the light that attracts prey to the fish.

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Scientists Identify Mysterious Sound Emanating From Marianas Trench

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Interesting, but very WTF - One of the best David Attenborough programme was when he went to the ocean depths, incredible animals and science behind their appearances.

Just...gah! Its Enypniastes, a see-through sea cuke evolved to haunt your dreams.

The Pink Sea-Through Fantasia (Enypniastes eximia). This incredible creature was only recently discovered. It is a species of swimming sea cucumber that was found in the Celebes Sea.

Creatures from The Mariana Trench

Creatures from The Mariana Trench. The Abyss. Some fascinating some from your nightmares. The ocean is truly amazing!

What Happens To You In The Bottom Of Mariana Trench?

What Happens To You In The Bottom Of Mariana Trench?

Because the Pacific plate is the largest of all the tectonic plates on Earth, crustal material at its western edge has had a long time since formation (up to 170 million years) to compact and become very dense; hence its great height-difference relative to the higher-riding Mariana Plate, at the point where the Pacific Plate crust is subducted. This deep area is the Mariana Trench proper.

Because the Pacific plate is the largest of all the tectonic plates on Earth, crustal material at its western edge has had a long time since formation (up to 170 million years) to compact and become very dense; hence its great height-difference relative to the higher-riding Mariana Plate, at the point where the Pacific Plate crust is subducted. This deep area is the Mariana Trench proper.

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