A fish has been filmed 8,336m (27,349ft) underneath the floor of the ocean, the deepest a fish has ever been seen swimming.
The species – a sort of snailfish of the genus Pseudoliparis – was was filmed by an autonomous “lander” dropped into the Izu-Ogasawara Trench, south of Japan.
“If somebody does discover a deeper fish, it is not going to be by a lot,” mentioned the expedition’s chief scientist, Alan Jamieson.
The analysis expedition was a part of a 10-year examine on the deepest fish on the planet. The opposite footage contained on this clip was filmed at a barely shallower depth.
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