Record-Breaking Mariana Trench Dive - James Cameron's Deep Ocean Dive, Diagrammed - Popular Mechanics

James Cameron's Deep Sea Dive, Diagrammed

Record-Breaking Mariana Trench Dive - James Cameron's Deep Ocean Dive, Diagrammed - Popular Mechanics

New fish species found in the Marianas Trench at 8,200 feet. Believed to be a type of snailfish.

New fish species found in the Marianas Trench at 8,200 feet. Believed to be a type of snailfish.

19 Creatures From The Mariana Trench. Looks like my 4th grade teacher, maybe a little better looking.

19 Creatures From The Mariana Trench

19 Creatures From The Mariana Trench. Looks like my 4th grade teacher, maybe a little better looking.

A few days ago this jellyfish was filmed near the Mariana Trench 12,139 feet below sea level. NOAA researchers identified it as a kind of jellyfish called a hydromedusa

A few days ago this jellyfish was filmed near the Mariana Trench 12,139 feet below sea level. NOAA researchers identified it as a kind of jellyfish called a hydromedusa

A collection of creatures from the deep dark depths of the ocean. Some look odd, others look downright terrifying!

19 Creatures From The Mariana Trench

A collection of creatures from the deep dark depths of the ocean. Some look odd, others look downright terrifying!

Telescopic octopus, (Almost all Transparent) found in the deep sea during the expedition to the Mariana Trench - the deepest part of the planet earth.  https://youtu.be/r17kLJxJcwM

Telescopic octopus, (Almost all Transparent) found in the deep sea during the expedition to the Mariana Trench - the deepest part of the planet earth. https://youtu.be/r17kLJxJcwM

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