Deep Ones caught posing for a selfie whilst being tourists in Japan

“Cruising at a depth of 8,336 meters (over 27,000 feet) just above the seabed, a young snailfish has become the deepest fish ever filmed by scientists during a probe into the abyss of the northern Pacific Ocean.” “Along with the filming the deepest snailfish, the scientists physically caught two other specimens at 8,022 meters and set another record for the deepest catch.”—Scientists film deepest ever fish on seabed off Japan


Deepest ever fish caught on camera off Japan. Scientists have filmed a fish swimming at an extraordinary depth in the ocean, making it the deepest observation of this nature that has ever been made.”

How do fish survive in the deep ocean? Scientists have recorded the deepest fish ever on camera. How have animals adapted to survive in the dark, crushing depths of our oceans?”

Hermetic Library Omnium Deep Ones Caught Posing for a Selfie Whilst Being Tourists in Japan 6apr2023