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Deepest submarine dive ever finds plastic waste in Mariana Trench

An American diver broke the record for deepest submarine dive ever and found something disheartening at the bottom of the ocean — a plastic bag. Victor Vescovo traveled seven miles down to the deepest part of the ocean, the Mariana Trench in the Pacific

Video: World's deepest-living fish, 26,000 ft in Mariana Trench

Aberdeen - An international team of scientists, including deep-sea biologists and geologists from the University of Hawaii and the University of Aberdeen's Oceanlab, has declared a new record for the "deepest-living fish."

Undersea update: Cameron returns from the abyss

Film director and National Geographic explorer-in-residence James Cameron relays the findings from his unprecedented solo dive.

Deepsea Challenger resurfaces from world's deepest trench

Deepsea Challenger returns: director and explorer James Cameron returns from Challenger Deep with new deep-sea sediment and samples.

Filmmaker James Cameron launches dive to deepest point on Earth

Award-winning director of Titanic James Cameron takes us back to the marvels of the deep ocean today as he becomes the third man to visit the deepest spot on Earth – into the Mariana Trench.
 

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Mariana trench in the Pacific Ocean
Mariana trench in the Pacific Ocean
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Angler Fish found deep within the Mariana trench in the Pacific Ocean.
Angler Fish found deep within the Mariana trench in the Pacific Ocean.
Butko
The Mothership Pressure Drop. This ship deploys the submersible.
The Mothership Pressure Drop. This ship deploys the submersible.
Richard Varcoe on behalf of Caladan Oceanic (CC BY-SA 4.0)
This is a spoon worm (Echiura) like the one Vescovo saw in the Mariana Trench.
This is a spoon worm (Echiura) like the one Vescovo saw in the Mariana Trench.
Photo Collection of Dr. James P. McVey, NOAA Sea Grant Program
Images captured by the Oceanlab team in the Mariana Trench
Images captured by the Oceanlab team in the Mariana Trench
University of Aberdeen/Alan Jamieson et al

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