The Deep-Sea Podcast review: The mind-boggling mysteries of the deep

Wolf eels can be found more than 200 metres below the ocean surface

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The Deep-Sea Podcast

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IT IS hard to imagine what the deep sea actually looks like. There is practically no light in this lowest layer of the ocean, which starts at a depth of 1800 metres and reaches almost 11,000 metres at its deepest-known point within the Mariana trench in the western Pacific Ocean. Hence nobody has actually seen the deep sea close up, meaning we typically rely on…



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