Creatures from the Abyss

By Guido Trombetta on 2:37 AM , ,

We are used to think that nowadays earth has almost no more secret for human beings and that the explorers has reached almost everything on our planet even the more hidden recesses. This is a common mistake due to our habit to just consider the land above the sea and forget the ocean deeps. Instead the oceans offer 99% of the space on Earth where life can develop. And the deep sea, which has been immersed in total darkness since the dawn of time, occupies 85% of ocean space, forming the planet’s largest habitat. Yet these depths abound with mystery and so their inhabitants. It has been calculated that the number of species yet to be found in the deep sea vary between ten and thirty million. Here we have 6 examples of deep sea inhabitants taken from a wonderful bigger Gallery that worths your visit.




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9 Response to 'Creatures from the Abyss'

  1. RAUL
    http://seawayblog.blogspot.com/2007/12/creatures-from-abyss.html?showComment=1259363269777#c8317155562953587548'> November 28, 2009 at 12:07 AM

    it's just an amazing life which is located in deep sea water, sad thatthey are so tiny . but yea fish adapted to the conditions there are very peculiar circumstances, I look forward to the future if something is found, something huge! You never know perhaps the dragon like sea monstrosotis really exist down there, My personal favorites species are gumper eel and Angler fish(first picture)

     

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    I have a question, are these animals real? I do not, I think that in the depths are some creatures as monsters. Great pictures, so cool.

     

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    This is totally truth because we don't know the 5% percent of the ocean deeps, I figure out that many things will be discovered in the next years in the ocean.

     

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    I love deep sea creatures! They freak me out, in a good way! By the way, the pictures are not showing up. :(

     


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