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A great research documentary on the extreme depths of the Mariana Trench and the mind blowing unseen sea creatures. Very well narrated documentary by David Attenborough. The Mariana Trench or Marianas Trench is located in the western Pacific Ocean about 200 kilometers east of the Mariana Islands; it is the deepest oceanic trench on earth. The maximum known depth of Marian Trench is 10,984 meters however, some unrepeated measurements place the deepest portion at 11,034 meters. This NHK documentary is all about the facts and under water life in the deepest sea floor at about 8KM to 10KM below the water level. A hair-raising film on the descent into the Mariana Trench where water exerts a pressure of 1,086 bars (15,750 psi) and the temperature is between 1 to 4 °C (34 to 39 °F).
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Deep Sea Gigantism | Why Creatures of the Deep Grow so Large. Enter at 🤍 for your chance to win a Custom Tesla® Model S-APEX and support a great cause, the Petersen Automotive Museum. The experience closes on January 27th at 11:59pm PST and I promise, you don’t want to miss this! Deep sea (abyssal) gigantism demonstrates the role of natural selection in driving evolution and survival, particularly in an environment characterised by challenging conditions and limited resources. Evolution tends towards the most effective adaptations to grant animals the best chances of survival. And whether large or small, evolution selects for the best-adapted body size to survive these conditions. Though widely debated and often controversial, the research that has been done into the science behind deep sea gigantism has significant implications in the human world; it is believed that climate change may have a greater impact on ocean dwellers than any other population of animals. As the colder oceans warm up, the balance of temperature, oxygen supply, and what organisms are present, will throw the equilibrium off course. And the giants, which rely so heavily on this fine balance, may be the first to go. Support me on Patreon: 🤍 00:00 - Introduction to Deep Sea Gigantism 02:27 - Kleiber's Rule - The Pressure Misconception 04:06 - Kleiber's Rule - How Buoyancy Enables Gigantism 05:00 - Kleiber's Rule - The Efficiency of Larger Animals 05:52 - Kleiber's Rule - Food Availability in the Deep Sea 07:00 - Gigantism Examples - Gigantism in Amphipods 08:45 - Gigantism Examples - The Colossal Squid 09:18 - Gigantism Examples - The Humboldt Squid 09:38 - Gigantism Examples - The Magnapinna (Bigfin Squid) 10:52 - Gigantism Examples - The Sleeper Sharks 13:41 - Kleiber's Rule - Metabolism of Deep Sea Giants 14:59 - Kleiber's Rule - Gigantism in Sponges 16:02 - Polar Gigantism - Bergmann's Rule 17:43 - Polar Gigantism - Giant Polar Invertebrates 20:00 - Polar Gigantism - The Oxygen-Temperature Hypothesis 21:34 - Polar Gigantism - A Fragile Ecosystem 23:05 - The Island Rule - A Scale Model of Evolution 24:20 - The Island Rule - Adaptive Radiation (Darwin's Finches) 25:19 - Insular Gigantism and Dwarfism 26:29 - Deep Sea Gigantism and Dwarfism 28:16 - The Island Rule - Islands and the Deep Sea 29:40 - Conclusion CHECK OUT MY DEEP SEA WEBSITE: [🤍 Written, Narrated and Edited by Leo Richards I do not own any of the footage. I write the script, narrate, and edit what footage I can find, which is allowed due to YouTube's 'Fair Use' policy as these films are transformative and for educational purposes. Footage used belongs to the incredible marine conservation societies of Schmidt Ocean Institute, MBARI, WHOI and the Ocean Exploration Institute, along with various other YouTube sources. Most footage is used with explicit permission of the copyright owner. In cases where I cannot contact the owner or have not received a reply, I use certain clips in accordance with the Fair Use policy. Music Used: Ocean by Aleksey Chistilin Il. Largo by Hawkins Under Canopies by Spearfisher Ripples by Tamuz Dekel Parallel Dimension by Onyx Music Marakana by Alon Peretz Come Back Home by Ardie Son Elapsed by Sémø Life by O.B Waiting for a New Day by Aleksey Chistilin Stream by ANBR Sun Up by Laurel Violet Home of the Gumon by Gareth Coker Slow Tides by Eleven Tales Beneath the Mountain by Rising Tide Autumn Nights by O.B #deepsea #wildlife #nature #documentary #ocean #marinebiology #science #biology Bibliography: The Island Rule and the evolution of body size in the deep sea - JSTOR (no date). Available at: 🤍 Vermeij, G.J. (2016) Gigantism and its implications for the history of life, PloS one. U.S. National Library of Medicine. Available at: 🤍 (Accessed: November 14, 2022). Why do some creatures in the deep sea grow to enormous sizes? (2022) Science ABC. Available at: 🤍
The depths of the Mariana Trench conceal many peculiar creatures. This deep sea film is sponsored by NordVPN. Go to 🤍 or use code naturalworldfacts to get a 2-year plan plus a bonus gift with a huge discount. Check out the NordVPN YouTube channel here: 🤍 The Mariana Trench sits like a crescent-shaped dent in the floor of the Pacific. A 2,550 km long, 69 km wide fracture that plummets down into a pure black void of the Hadal Zone. At the bottom, it hosts the deepest known location on Earth. The Challenger Deep, 11,033 metres or 36,200 feet beneath the waves. The trench itself is but one part of a global network of deep scars that cut across the ocean floor. Features that formed from a process called subduction. In the case of the Mariana Trench, the western edge of the Pacific Plate was thrust beneath the smaller Mariana Plate to the west, creating the deep fracture. Molten material then rose through volcanoes near the trench, building the nearby Mariana Islands. 00:00 - Introduction 01:18 - Chapter 1: Gates of the Underworld - How the Trench Formed 02:41 - Chapter 1: Gates of the Underworld - An 'Impossible' Frontier 03:40 - Chapter 1: Gates of the Underworld - The HMS Challenger 04:11 - Chapter 2: In Pursuit of the Abyss - The Bathyscape Trieste, 1960 05:51 - Chapter 2: In Pursuit of the Abyss - The Deepsea Challenge, 2012 06:38 - Chapter 3: Discoveries in the Dark - The Kaiko Mission 07:56 - Chapter 3: Discoveries in the Dark - The Hadal Amphipod 09:00 - Chapter 3: Discoveries in the Dark - Abyssal Sea Cucumbers 09:45 - Chapter 3: Discoveries in the Dark - The Mariana Snailfish 10:17 - Chapter 3: Discoveries in the Dark - Denizens of the Abyss 11:05 - Conclusion CHECK OUT OUR DEEP SEA WEBSITE: 🤍 I do not own any of the footage. I write the script, narrate, and edit what footage I can find, which is allowed due to YouTube's 'Fair Use' policy. Footage used is from various YouTube sources, MBARI, NatGeo, the Ocean Exploration Institute and the Schmidt Ocean Institute, as well as other sources. Music Used: Blue Danube by Strauss Bach Cello Suite No. 1, G Major, Predule, performed by Cooper Cannell Always (Hebridean Mix) by Jessica Curry This Godforsaken Aerial by Jessica Curry Ode to Joy performed by Cooper Cannell #deepsea #wildlife #nature #documentary #ocean #marinebiology #science #biology Resources: 🤍 🤍
An underwater adventure in search of living fossils. The island of New Guinea in the Pacific Ocean sits on the equator, where immediately next to a richly-colored coral reef, a sharp underwater cliff drops down to 1,000 meters. A long-awaited exploration down the little known depths of this tropical sea is finally about to start. NHK has teamed up with eminent marine biologist Mark Erdmann, discoverer of the coelacanth in Indonesia. The spherical transparent submarine, which successfully captured the world’s first moving images of a giant squid in its natural habitat, is used as the team encounters true living fossil species one after another. During their last dive, in the darkest depths of caves in the deep-sea cliff, the crew encounters a huge, unknown exotic fish… Narrated by Sir David Attenborough. For this shoot, the submarine was equipped with a cutting-edge 4K camera, for pristine images. Join the film crew on an exciting adventure into a deep sea never before seen by humans, captured on six cameras shooting multi-angles, creating a breath-taking underwater documentary. Part 1: The Lost World Of The Pacific The same submarine which successfully captured the world’s first moving images of a giant squid in its natural habitat is used for exploring the deep sea cliffs off the coast of New Guinea. The team encounters true living fossil species one after another. Join this exciting deep sea adventure Part 2: Lights in the Abyss The NHK team that captured the world’s first footage of a live giant squid in its natural habitat is setting out for another deep-sea adventure. They will give us a look at the amazing life forms with luminous bodies that have survived the harsh, pitch-dark deep sea environment of the Pacific.
Enjoy 10 minutes of mesmerizing deep-sea animals filmed by MBARI's remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) in the depths of Monterey Bay and beyond. This is a companion video for species identification to our education and conservation partner 🤍MontereyBayAquarium 's "Why Do Deep Sea Animals Look So Weird?!": 🤍 Get ready to explore the Monterey Bay Aquarium's latest exhibition, "Into the Deep: Exploring our Undiscovered Ocean": 🤍 Animals in order of appearance: (Sizes are maximum length, depths are published ranges) 00:00 Peacock squid (Taonius sp.) | Size: 66 cm (26 in.) mantle length | Depth: 300–1,700 m (1,000–5,600 ft.) 00:16 Psychedelic jelly (Crossota millsae) | Size: 2.8 cm (about 1 in) across | Depth: below 1,000 - 3,300 m (3,300 - 10,800 ft.) 00:32 Blob sculpin (Psychrolutes phrictus) | Size: 70 cm (26 in.) | Depth: 800–2,800 m (2,600–9,200 ft.) 00:47 Midwater octopus (Japetella diaphana) | Size: 16 cm (6 in.) | Depth: 800–1,450 m (2,600–4,800 ft.) 01:03 Black seadevil anglerfish (Melanocetus johnsonii) | Size: 6 cm (2 in.) | Depth: 100–4,500 m (330–14,800 ft.) 01:18 Spiny dreamer anglerfish (Oneirodes acanthias) | Size: 20 cm (8 in.) | Depth: 500–1,200 m (1,600–3,900 ft.) 01:29 Swimming sea cucumber (Enypniastes sp.) | Size: 25 cm (10 in.) | Depth: 500–7,000 m (1,600–23,000 ft.) 01:44 Smalleye snipe eel (Avocettina bowersii) | Size: 52 cm (10 in.) | Depth: 90–2,700 m (300–8,900 ft.) 01:59 Blue shark (Prionace glauca) | Size: 3.8 m (12.5 ft.) | Depth: surface to 350 m (1,150 ft.) 02:15 Silky jelly (Colobonema sericeum) | Size: 4.5 cm (1.8 in.) across | Depth: 200–700 m (660–2,300 ft.) 02:30 Strawberry squid (Histioteuthis heteropsis) | Size: 13 cm (5 in.) mantle length | Depth: 300–800 m (1,000–2,600 ft.) 02:46 Crystal amphipod (Cystisoma magna) | Size: 14 cm (6 in.) | Depth: 200–1,500 m (660–4,900 ft.) 3:03 Cross jelly (Mitrocoma cellularia) | Size: 9 cm / 3.5 in across | Depth: surface to 1,000 m / 3,300 ft 3:18 Frilled jelly (Chiarella centripetalis) | Size: 1.5 cm (0.5 in.) across | Depth: surface to 800 m (2,600 ft.) 3:37 Peacock squid (Taonius sp.) | Size: 66 cm (26 in.) mantle length | Depth: 300–1,700 m (1,000–5,600 ft.) 03:54 Vampire squid (Vampyroteuthis infernalis) | Size: 30 cm (12 in) | Depth: 600–900 m (2,000–3,000 ft) 04:08 Rattail fishes (Coryphaenoides sp.) | Size: 1m (3.2 ft.) | Depth: 200 - 4,000 m / 600 - 13,100 ft 04:26 Bathyal squid (Bathyteuthis sp.) | Size: 7.5 cm (3 in.) mantle length | Depth: 100–4,200 m (330–13,800 ft.) 04:42 Swordtail squid (Chiroteuthis calyx) | Size: 10 cm (4 in.) mantle length | Depth: 100–800 m (330–2,600 ft.) 04:57 Owlfishes (Family: Bathylagidae) | Depth: 100–1,500 m (330–4,900 ft.) 05:12 Humboldt squid (Dosidicus gigas) eating armhook squid (Gonatus sp.) 05:20 Helmet jelly (Periphylla periphylla) eating market squid (Doryteuthis opalescens) 5:34 Black-eyed squid (Gonatus onyx) eating stout owlfish (Pseudobathylagus milleri) 05:49 Rattail fish (Family: Macrouridae) eating squid 06:04 Black-eyed squid eating another black-eyed squid (Gonatus onyx) 06:18 Swarthy snaketooth (Chiasmodon subniger) | Size: 3 cm (1 in.) | Depth: 200–4,600 m (660–15,100 ft.) 06:33 Giant whipnose anglerfish (Gigantactis gargantua) | Size: 41 cm (16 in.) | Depth: 500–1,500 m (1,600–4,900 ft.) 06:47 Pacific viperfish (Chauliodus macouni) | Size: 30 cm (12 in.) | Depth: 200–1,500 m (660–4,900 ft.) 07:02 Pacific blackdragon (Idiacanthus antrostomus) | Size: 38 cm (15 in.) | Depth: 300–700 m (1,000–2,300 ft.) 07:19 Longnose chimaera (Harriotta raleighana) Size: 1.2 m (3.9 ft) | Depth: 500–2,600 m (1,600–8,500 ft) 07:35 Feather star (Family: Crinoidea) 07:49 Midwater bristle worm (Flota sp.) | Size: 10 cm (4 in.) | Depth: 2,000–4,000 m (6,600–13,100 ft.) 08:04 Threadfin snailfish (Careproctus longifilis) | Size: 16.2 cm (6.4 in) | Depth: to 3675 m / 12,057 ft 08:18 Pointy-nosed blue chimaera (Hydrolagus trolli) | Size: 1.2 m (3.9 ft.) | Depth: 600–1,700 m (2,000–5,600 ft.) 08:33 Rabbit-eared comb jelly (Kiyohimea usagi) | Size: 28 cm (11 in.) | Depth: 200–300 m (660–1,000 ft.) 08:50 Bomber worm (Swima fulgida) | Size: 3 cm (1 in.) | Depth: 3,200–3,600 m (10,500–11,800 ft.) 09:05 Panda bear sea angel (Notobranchaea macdonaldi) | Size: 1 cm (0.5 in.) | Depth: 200–1,700 m (660–5,600 ft.) 09:20 Red balloon jelly (Deepstaria reticulum) | Size: 75 cm (30 in.) across | Depth: 600–1,900 m (2,000–6,200 ft.) 09:34 Barreleye (Macropinna microstoma) | Size: 15 cm (6 in.) | Depth: 600–800 m (2,000–2,600 ft.) 10 Minutes of Fascinating Deep-Sea Animals | Into The Deep #IntoTheDeep #DeepSea
I don’t think everyone realizes how big and scary the ocean is. For instance, the Mariana Trench is known to be the deepest location on Earth and has a depth of about 36,201 feet! For comparison, Mount Everest, the highest mountain on our planet, is only about 29,000 feet tall. Now imagine—the entirety of Mount Everest can be submerged at the bottom of the ocean floor, and its summit still wouldn’t reach shallow waters. Forget about the horrors of outer space because our planet’s oceans are just as terrifying. Sunlight in the ocean can only travel to a maximum depth of about 3,200 feet. Down in the twilight zone, it’s dark, food is scarce, and the pressure is immense. Just imagine what type of monsters lurk in this part of the ocean. Let’s go through some of the most terrifying creatures in the deepest part of the sea. From the Predatory Tunicate to the Pelican Eel, here are 15 scary Mariana Trench creatures that you have never seen before. For copyright matters, please contact us at: official.lt1y🤍gmail.com ~ Top Generality
Deep Sea Chemosynthetic Oases Full Movie. Exploring hydrothermal vents, cold-seep habitats, and food-falls including whale-falls and the communities at shipwrecks. This is the full version of my 3-part Deep Sea Chemosynthesis miniseries. Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Individual Episode Links: Part 1 | Hydrothermal vents: 🤍 Part 2 | Deep-Sea Cold Seeps: 🤍 Part 3 | Deep-Sea Food Falls: 🤍 00:00:00 - Introduction to Chemosynthetic Oases 00:02:00 - Chapter 1.1 - Hydrothermal Vents | Primary Production 00:07:57 - Chapter 1.2 - Hydrothermal Vents | Vent Communities 00:17:38 - Chapter 2.1 - Cold Seeps | Geological Origins 00:25:44 - Chapter 2.2 - Cold Seeps | Seep Varieties 00:38:50 - Chapter 3.1 - Food Falls | Whale-Falls and Carrion 00:45:18 - Chapter 3.2 - Food Falls | Wood-Falls and Shipwrecks 00:58:09 - Outro CHECK OUT MY DEEP SEA WEBSITE: 🤍 Written, Narrated and Edited by Leo Richards Music Used: I can't fit it all here, but lists of all tracks used, in order of appearance, can be found in the video descriptions of the individual episodes. See the links above to view. I do not own any of the footage. I write the script, narrate, and edit what footage I can find, which is allowed due to YouTube's 'Fair Use' policy as these films are transformative and for educational purposes. Majority of footage is obtained through footage requests to the respective organisations. Footage used belongs to the incredible marine conservation societies of Ocean Networks Canada, CSSF-ROPOS, Schmidt Ocean Institute, MBARI, WHOI and the Ocean Exploration Institute, along with various other YouTube sources. Most footage is used with explicit permission of the copyright owner. In cases where I cannot contact the owner or have not received a reply, I use certain clips in accordance with the Fair Use policy. #deepsea #wildlife #nature #documentary #ocean #marinebiology #science #biology Bibliography: Cordes, E.E., Bergquist, D.C. and Fisher, C.R., 2009. Macro-ecology of Gulf of Mexico cold seeps. Annual Review of Marine Science, 1, pp.143-168. FiShER, C., Roberts, H., Cordes, E. and Bernard, B., 2007. Cold seeps and associated communities of the Gulf of Mexico. Oceanography, 20(4), pp.118-129. Jones, B., 2022. The bizarre deep-sea creatures living on the Endurance shipwreck. [online] Vox. Available at: 🤍 Martin, W., Baross, J., Kelley, D. and Russell, M., 2008. Hydrothermal vents and the origin of life. Nature Reviews Microbiology, [online] 6(11), pp.805-814. Available at: 🤍 McClain, C. and Barry, J., 2014. Beta-diversity on deep-sea wood falls reflects gradients in energy availability. Biology Letters, 10(4), p.20140129. McClain, C., 2022. A Lonely Tree Far From Home Brings New Life to the Ocean Deep: A Narrative in Five Acts | Deep Sea News. [online] Deep Sea News | All the news on the Earth's largest environment. Available at: 🤍 McClain, C., 2022. Will My Wood Research Be Poplar? | Deep Sea News. [online] Deep Sea News | All the news on the Earth's largest environment. Available at: 🤍 McClain, C., 2022. Wood, It’s What’s For Dinner | Deep Sea News. [online] Deep Sea News | All the news on the Earth's largest environment. Available at: 🤍 Mullineaux, L., Metaxas, A., Beaulieu, S., Bright, M., Gollner, S., Grupe, B., Herrera, S., Kellner, J., Levin, L., Mitarai, S., Neubert, M., Thurnherr, A., Tunnicliffe, V., Watanabe, H. and Won, Y., 2018. Exploring the Ecology of Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vents in a Metacommunity Framework. Frontiers in Marine Science, [online] 5. Available at: 🤍 Parsons, J., 2022. Amazing marine life now covers the 107-year-old Endurance shipwreck. [online] Metro. Available at: 🤍 Sasaki, T., Warén, A., Kano, Y., Okutani, T. and Fujikura, K., 2010. Gastropods from recent hot vents and cold seeps: systematics, diversity and life strategies. The vent and seep biota, pp.169-254. Suess, E., 2020. Marine cold seeps: background and recent advances. Hydrocarbons, Oils and Lipids: Diversity, Origin, Chemistry and Fate, pp.747-767. Zierenberg, R., Adams, M. and Arp, A., 2000. Life in extreme environments: Hydrothermal vents. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, [online] 97(24), pp.12961-12962. Available at: 🤍
Just how deep does the ocean go? Way further than you think. This animation puts the actual distance into perspective, showing a vast distance between the waves we see and the mysterious point we call Challenger Deep. #DeepSea #Ocean #TechInsider Tech Insider tells you all you need to know about tech: gadgets, how-to's, gaming, science, digital culture, and more. Visit us at: 🤍 TI on Facebook: 🤍 TI on Instagram: 🤍 TI on Twitter: 🤍 TI on Amazon Prime: 🤍 INSIDER on Snapchat: 🤍 This Incredible Animation Shows How Deep The Ocean Really Is
Experience our planet's natural beauty and examine how climate change impacts all living creatures in this ambitious documentary of spectacular scope. In this episode: Venture into the deep, dark and desolate oceans that are home to an abundance of beautiful and downright strange creatures. For more about the High Seas please visit 🤍 Download free educational resources at 🤍 US Rating: TV-PG. Parental guidance suggested. SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 About Netflix: Netflix is the world's leading streaming entertainment service with over 167 million paid memberships in over 190 countries enjoying TV series, documentaries and feature films across a wide variety of genres and languages. Members can watch as much as they want, anytime, anywhere, on any internet-connected screen. Members can play, pause and resume watching, all without commercials or commitments. Our Planet | High Seas | FULL EPISODE | Netflix 🤍
When you gaze into the abyss, the abyss gazes also into you. An exploration of the leviathans that swim in the deep sea, and why the human mind fears the uncharted depths. - Thumbnail Art Credit: Matt Millard - 🤍 Miller's art based on a concept by Denis Loebner - 🤍 SCP-3000 Short Film Credit: ForlornFoundry - 🤍 The Colossal Eel Credit: 3D Print Guy - 🤍 The term ‘Thalassophobia’ means ‘An intense fear of deep water.’ It is one of the most primal and understandable phobias — for the dark abyss has always been a birthplace of monsters. Lurking below the waves are not only bizarre species known to science — but a vast multitude of imagined leviathans. Something about the fathomless void floods the human mind with visions of nightmarish creatures, which have scared and fascinated us since we first gazed into the deep. So, for this entry into the archive, we’ll dive into depths both real and imagined, and discover what terrors lurk within the heart of the sea... 0:00 The Fathomless Deep 0:50 Iron Lung 3:53 Abyssus Theory 5:41 Realm of Monsters 7:44 Teeming Seas 11:31 Megalodons and Mermaids 14:04 Uncharted Waters 16:58 The Unending Serpent 18:55 One Last Breath Copyright Disclaimer: Under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. All video/image content is edited under fair use rights for reasons of commentary. I do not own the images, music, or footage used in this video. All rights and credit goes to the original owners. Media Shown: Iron Lung, Subnautica, Subnautica: Below Zero, The Meg, Underwater, Mermaids: The Body Found, Abzû, Beyond Blue, In Other Waters, Water Womb World, The Abyss, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, It Came from Beneath the Sea, The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms, SCP-3000 The Unending Serpent (ForlornFoundry), SCP-3000: The Colossal Eel (3D Print Guy) ♫ Music by Karl Casey 🤍 White Bat Audio: Mysterious Green Fluid, Sanity Unravels, Haddonfield Horror, Alone in the Dark, Dusk, The Witching Hour, The Vanishing, Tenebrae, The Guardian ♫ Additional music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com): Beauty Flow Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 🤍 #CuriousArchive #Worldbuilding
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Subscribe to my channel - 🤍 The world's oceans are so underexplored that if you dive deeper than 3,500 meters, there's a good chance to discover a new species unknown to science. There's also a good chance you'll find debris and garbage. Oceans cover more than 70% of the Earth's surface. The average depth of the oceans is about 3.7 kilometers, and since light can only penetrate to a depth of 100 meters, darkness reigns deeper underwater. Let’s push this statement one step further and conclude that since most of the planet is covered by water, it means that most of the Earth exists in total darkness. Water in the oceans account for almost 96% of the Earth's water. The portion of fresh water compared to seawater is so small that if the fresh water that flows into the ocean is spread over the surface of the ocean, it would have been about 1.25 meters thick. According to the U.S. Journal of Science and Engineering, 94% of all life on Earth lives in water. It means that all of us who live on land belong to a very, very small minority. So what mysteries lurk in the depths of the oceans? The deeper we go, the more curious it gets. It seems we know more about the surface of Mars than about the ocean floor of our planet. What's going on in the deepest places, we didn't know at all, at least until recently. Lack of light and extreme pressure makes this part of the ocean difficult to explore. Today we're going on a journey into the very depths. We're going to find out what the bottom of the ocean looks like, what it consists of and what happens there. Who knows what we will find there… We are going to dive deep to the places with most elien conditions! What was found in the deepest places of the ocean? #marianatrench #ocean #reyouniverse
Why are we still failing to explore the ocean?? Join us... and find out more! Subscribe for more from Unveiled ► 🤍 The surface of Earth is 71% ocean, but we still know so little about it! In this video, Unveiled takes a closer look at how and why human beings are still so unsure about the deep blue sea. It's as though we have a collective phobia about the ocean, and we just can't shake it off! This is Unveiled, giving you incredible answers to extraordinary questions! Find more amazing videos for your curiosity here: 4 Essential Theories From the Future of Humanity Institute - 🤍 Why Would The Government Want to Hide Proof of Aliens? - 🤍 0:00 Intro 0:46 Life on the Ocean 2:38 Fear of the Ocean 4:17 Ocean Legends in Culture 7:20 The Cost of Ocean Exploration 9:36 Conclusions #Science #Ocean #Thalassophobia #Oceanography #OceanExploration #Explore
Why Deep Sea Sharks Appear so Mysterious. Sharks have ruled the deep sea for 450 million years. A time during which sharks have adapted and diversified into an array of weird and wonderful species. Many, like the well-known Great White Shark, have adapted to life in the open ocean, as apex predators at the top of the food chain. But the deeper you go into the gaping void of the deep sea, the more peculiar and otherworldly they become. Let’s take a look at these fascinating, yet often misunderstood inhabitants of the oceans. From the deep sea goblin shark and the sixgill, to the elusive Greenland shark and frilled shark, we'll take a look at why deep sea sharks appear so peculiar. Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 00:00 - Introduction 00:58 - The Wonder of Sharks 01:26 - Adaptations of Pelagic Sharks 01:44 - Sharks of the Deep Sea 02:15 - The Evolutionary History of Sharks 02:43 - The First Modern Sharks | The Hexanchiformes 03:08 - Living Fossils | Ancient Adaptations in Sharks 03:29 - The Frilled Shark 03:40 - The Sixgill Shark 03:56 - Why Ancient Sharks Inhabit the Deep Sea 04:48 - Why Deep Sea Sharks have Large Eyes. 04:56 - Biofluorescence in Sharks 05:16 - Why Deep Sea Sharks are so Gigantic 06:04 - The Greenland Shark 06:32 - Feeding Habits of Deep Sea Sharks 07:02 - The Goblin Shark 07:21 - The Megamouth Shark 07:55 - Conclusion: Why Deep Sea Sharks are so Unusual DEEP SEA HUB: 🤍 Footage used is from YouTube, MBARI, OceanX, the Ocean Exploration Institute and the Schmidt Ocean Institute. Music Used: Psychic Magic by Unicorn Heads A Mystical Experience by Unicorn Heads Cumulus Nimbus by Quincas Moreira #deepsea #wildlife #nature #documentary #ocean #marinebiology #science #biology Resources: 🤍 🤍
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Number 9... number 9... number 9... Japan's waters are home to rich and diverse marine ecosystems: today we take a look at just nine of the many bizarre animals that live deep below in unique ROV (remotely operated vehicle) encounters. Follow DSO on Insta! 🤍 Music: Track 1 - "The Lost City of Atlantis Part 1" by CO.AG 🤍 Track 2 - "The Lost City of Atlantis Part 2" by CO.AG 🤍 Track 3 - "About to Fall" by CO.AG 🤍 Track 4 - "Oscuro" by CO.AG 🤍 Track 5 - "Swim Deeper" by Rob Endraus 🤍 What else lurks within the abyss? 💚🦑 Deepsea oddities countdown thalassophobia thalassophile bizarre rov scp creepypasta sea creature dark waters marine life relaxing ambient ambience creepy wildlife animals to chill sleep to marinebiology backrooms odd underwater oceanic vibes
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► Here is shown the depth of different lakes and seas and other things of interest under the water. From the beach to the deepest part of the Mariana Trench 🢂MY WEBSITES🢀 🔓JOIN: 🤍 📷Instagram: 🤍 🐦Twitter: 🤍 🙂Facebook: 🤍 🎵MUSIC: (Youtube Sound Library) Two Moons - Bobby Richards (Youtube Sound Library) Feels - Patrick Patrikios 📝SOURCES: Sea of Azov - 🤍 Yellow sea - 🤍 Baltic Sea - 🤍 North sea - 🤍 Persian gulf - 🤍 Caspian sea - 🤍 Lake Victoria - 🤍 Timor sea - 🤍 Red sea - 🤍 Lake Baikal - 🤍 Andaman sea - 🤍 Black sea - 🤍 Mediterranean Sea - 🤍 Norwegian Sea - 🤍 Argentine Sea - 🤍 Coral sea - 🤍 Caribbean Sea - 🤍 Caribbean Sea - 🤍 Indian Ocean - 🤍 Pacific Ocean - 🤍 Labrador Sea - 🤍 Bay of Bengal - 🤍 Arctic Ocean - 🤍 Southern Ocean - 🤍 Atlantic Ocean - 🤍 Lake Superior - 🤍 RMS Titanic - 🤍 RMS Lusitania - 🤍 Petronius (oil platform) - 🤍 USS George Washington - 🤍 Typhoon-class submarine - 🤍 Mount Everest - 🤍 SAPEI - 🤍 USS Johnston - 🤍 Trieste - 🤍 Eiffel Tower - 🤍 Statue of Liberty - 🤍 Burj Khalifa - 🤍 Eurotunnel - 🤍 Perdido - 🤍 Deepest Scuba dive - 🤍 Seikan Tunnel - 🤍
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Music: Tunetank - Across the Ocean Tunetank - Ocean Breeze 🤍 For copyright contact: stienlemane2379(at)gmail.com Welcome to Futureunity, where we explore the fascinating world of science, technology, and the universe! From the inner workings of the human body to the outer reaches of space, we delve into the latest and most interesting discoveries that are shaping our world. Whether you're a science buff or just looking for some mind-blowing facts, we've got you covered. Join us as we uncover the mysteries of the world around us and discover new frontiers in the fields of science and technology. Get ready for a journey that's both educational and entertaining! Disclaimer Fair Use: 1. The videos have no negative impact on the original works. 2. The videos we make are used for educational purposes. 3. The videos are transformative in nature. 4. We use only the audio component and tiny pieces of video footage, only if it's necessary. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statutes that might otherwise be infringing. Disclaimer: Our channel is based on facts, rumors & fiction.
✅ 본 영상은 가사 자막 영상입니다, 수익 창출은 되지 않습니다. ► 광고 재생시 광고에 대한 수익은 저작권자에게 돌아갑니다 ✅ #김승민, #Deep_Sea, #BE_O, #Double_sidedness 김승민 - Deep Sea (Feat. BE'O) [Double-sidedness]ㅣLyrics/가사 ✅ 타임스탬프 00:00 타임라인 : 김승민 01:53 타임라인 : BE'O 02:40 타임라인 : 김승민 ✅ 멜론 - 🤍 ✅ 정보 Bright lights are only used for the dark [Credit] Dark Side 01. Deep Sea (Feat. BE'O) Lyrics by 김승민, BE'O, 김민재 Composed by 김승민, BE'O, Minit, basecamp, 김민재 Arranged by Minit, basecamp Mixed & Mastered by 배재한 🤍 등대사운드 [Album Credit] Artist : 김승민 Executive Director : Cosmic Boy A&R : Chorom Park, Dayoung Lee Marketing : Daeseok Lee Management : Sejin Lim, Jungmoon Lee Artwork : EEHOSOO ‘Deep Sea (Feat. BE'O)' Visualizer : EEHOSOO Photography : Kyungin Na Hair : Jihyeon Yun Make-Up : Nuni Shin Styling : Limjin_fashion Styling Assistant : Dongkwang Lee, Jaemin Ju Presented by Cosm
A rover touches down on an alien surface in a place that has never been explored before. It’s dark, but when the rover’s searchlight switches on, it reveals a landscape teeming with strange creatures that’ve never been seen before. Somehow, there is life thriving in this remote place. While this may seem like the opening scene of some science fiction story of life discovered on another planet, it’s not fiction at all – and the setting isn’t some alien planet, it’s right here on Earth, at the bottom of the sea. Welcome back to Factnomenal. Today, we’re taking a look at why NASA is exploring the deep oceans, and some of the freaky creatures they’re finding down there. Buy us a coffee to show your support! 🤍 DON'T CLICK THIS LINK: 🤍 Thanks for watching Factnomenal! 🌎 Subscribe for more space discoveries, space facts, and space in general! 🔔 Hit the bell next to subscribe so you never miss a video! ► For copyright matters, make sure to send us an email at support🤍trustedmiddle.com #nasa #joerogan #spacex
I'm on the search for the Scariest Horror Games Ever! Does The Trench stand a chance? The Trench is a new Horror Game similar in style to Subnautica and made by a Father and Son dev team. The Trench is a short horror game where you as captain of the Pandora submarine, are the only one who can brave the depths of the Trench - a dark and treacherous abyss. Your mission is to retrieve crucial data from the wreckage of the Neptune, a doomed sub that met its fate in the shadowy depths of the trench. But be warned - the trench is home to unimaginable horrors that will test your courage and cunning to the limit. Can you survive the terrors of the deep and complete your mission, or will you succumb to the horrors of the Trench? This horror gaming playthrough and gameplay reaction is from The Trench and can be found on Steam and Itch.io If you'd like to see more Lonelyshark and Indie Horror gameplay and playthroughs like The Trench you can follow my Twitch channel (Sharkie) or just subscribe and I'll upload some kind of Indie Horror gameplay goodness. Join the channel and become an OnlyFins Producer: 🤍 Find Lonelyshark here Twitter: 🤍 Twitch: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 This Horror Gaming Reaction and my gameplay and playthrough is similar to other creators like Markiplier and Jacksepticeye as well as Dunkey AKA videogamedunkey with his short form and comedic style. #horrorgaming #thetrenchgame #indiegames
10 Deep Sea Creatures Just Discovered ► For copyright queries or general inquiries please get in touch: top5bestmgmt🤍gmail.com Chapters: 00:00 Intro 00:23 Luminous lump of spaghetti 01:19 Gummy squirrel 02:04 Weird-eyed strawberry squid 03:00 Fangtooth 04:04 Sea sapphire copepods 05:00 Stoplight Loosejaw 06:07 Deep-sea viperfish 07:11 Smiling Shark 08:12 Horniman Mysid 09:15 Yokozuna Slickhead ╔═╦╗╔╦╗╔═╦═╦╦╦╦╗╔═╗ ║╚╣║║║╚╣╚╣╔╣╔╣║╚╣═╣ ╠╗║╚╝║║╠╗║╚╣║║║║║═╣ ╚═╩══╩═╩═╩═╩╝╚╩═╩═╝ Concept: deep sea creatures, sea creatures, mysterious creatures, top 10, creatures, ocean creatures, deep sea creature, scary deep sea creatures, top 10 sea creatures, deep ocean creatures, weirdest creature, sea creature, prehistoric creatures, 8 spooky deep-sea creatures we just discovered, creepy sea creatures, top 10 deep sea creatures, mariana trench creatures, top 10 creepy deep sea creatures, creepy creatures, discovered, scary creatures, strange creatures #deepsea #creature #ocean #monster
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Japan's coasts and nearby waters are home to some of the world's richest biodiversity. Decades of underwater research continue to yield fascinating remotely operated vehicle (ROV) encounters with deep ocean dwellers, often those that are particularly strange. These are nine of them. Follow us on Insta: 🤍 Music: "Shinkai" by gray 🤍 "Submerged Citizens of the Great Blue" by Rob Endraus 🤍 "Odd" by Rob Endraus 🤍 "ODDITIES" by gray 🤍 What else lurks within the abyss? 💚🦑
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