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Camera lowered into deep ocean trench finds unexpected creatures

04
Mar
2014

Scientists have taken their first look into the previously unexplored New Hebrides deep-sea trench in the Pacific Ocean. At the bottom of the trench — a depth of more than 23,000 feet (7,000 meters) — they found a surprising group of creatures, unlike those found in other deep trenches around the world. The expedition was carried out by the University of Aberdeens Oceanlab team, in association with New Zealands National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research. An unmanned lander fitted with cameras descended into the trench between the islands of New Caledonia and Vanuatu off Australias eastern coast.

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