Life In Deep Sea
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Life in Deep Sea
By: Farod Kan
According to Nelson Rob, The oceans cover about 71 percent of Earth’s surface, and about 90 percent of that is considered deep water (below about 600 ft or 200 m). Deep water or deep sea is further divided into 4 sections. The Mesopelagic zone, the Bathypelagic zone, the Abyssopelagic zone, and the Hadalpelagic zone.
•The Mesopelagic, or Twilight zone, receives little light. But because of the lack of sunlight, organisms here have large eyes to let them see any available light. •The Bathypelagic or the Midnight zone
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