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Transcript of Mariana Trench
It is also in the Pacific Ocean Well it is 36,201 ft deep
There is no sun down there
(And look on the bright side you get that submarine that you always wanted!)
There are also hydrothermal vent that shoot out super heated water
(The water is about 572 degrees Fahrenheit)
And the water stays at a nice 34-40 degrees Fahrenheit What's it like? Because there is no sunlight there are no plants
The food chain starts with bacteria doing chemosynthesis
This is when certain microbes create energy by a chemical reactions.
Some crabs and clams can live on the vents feeding off the toxic gas plumes
Life in the Deep! Animals in the Deep Threats to the trench is pollution, it sinks to the sea floor and kill organisms there
Other biomes near the Mariana Trench is the the Mariana Islands that is surrounded by coral reefs
If there was a climate change the climate would not change that much. If the sea temperature went up some of the organisms might die.
The impact of this biome shows use how the earths oceans might have formed
And it also lets us see the past in the creatures that live down there. There many different animals in this trench
The Sea Cucumber is one of the common animals to be seen here
The Dumbo Octopus is also another animal to see in the trench
The Fanfin Seadeviland the Anglerfish are two similar deep sea fish in the Anglerfish family
These two fish show competition with the same food source and the same hunting grounds
And the last animal is the Frilled Shark
This is the endanger species, it has a very low reproduction rate
What you need to live here
You have to have a body that can with stand the deep sea pressure
Then have the ability to see in pitch black water with out light
And a way to survive the 572 degree water around the vents The Frilled Shark Gear 1 pressurized submarine
Oxygen Tanks (Enough to make the journey to the bottom of the trench and back)
A large light to sea the strange creatures
(And maybe a bathroom it is a 6 hour trip)
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