Hadal Zone

The vast majority of sea life, over 90% in fact, lives in the light and oxygen-rich surface layer of the ocean, known as the epipelagic zone.  Lower down, light cannot penetrate and organisms become smaller and scarcer. Below 6000 metres, very little exists at all; the few creatures that do survive are often blind or have their own light sources.

Just for your information.



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