The world is a place where many secrets are hidden. Mountains, valleys, and other beautiful and adventurous places have been created to suit different geographies. As currently found Among the Trench thus created The deepest trench is the Mariana Trench. It is considered the deepest place in the world. It is so deep that even Mount Everest, the world’s tallest mountain, can be drowned. It’s so deep.
This trench is 1580 miles long and 43 miles wide. This abyss is located in the Pacific Ocean. After the naming of the adjacent islands, the Mariana Islands, it has been named the Mariana trench. The nearest country, the United States, has the legal right to this gulf. According to scientists, the crater was formed by the lifting of the Earth’s surface above the ocean floor. You can see the hot springs in this abyss.
Because of the depth of the trench, there is too much pressure and dense darkness inside. Various groups have carried out investigations to determine if there is life in the abyss. In the meantime to abyss has only moved once. In 1960, jacques piccard and don walsh discovered that there were animals thereafter diving. Investigations have identified three common subspecies of the Mariana trench, namely the Xenophyophores, Amphipods, and Holothurians. In addition, a large number of microorganisms are found in it.
It has been found that there is less food available in the abyss and that animals rely on methane and sulfur. The depth of the Mariana trench was first measured in 1875 using sound waves. Since then, different groups have used different techniques to determine depth. Investigations carried out using modern technology have found that the depth is 11034 meters. However, it is the responsibility of all of us to preserve these wonderful living spaces in nature.
Let’s look at the animals that live there………………to be continued