Tuesday, February 16, 2010

The Deepest Part of the Earth

The Mariana trench is the deepest part of the ocean that we know of. As the picture shows, the deepest part is approximately 36,000 feet deep and is known as the Challenger Deep. Very impressive!

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7 comments :

kay said...

I couldn't imagine that! good post!

Anonymous said...

Look up what the fish look like that live in the Abyss (Angler, Flashlight and Fangtooth)part of the Ocean. They are scary and what nightmares are made of!!

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omg! that's very deep

Anonymous said...

thats not very deep, I can go deeper than that haaaaa!! thats only like as deep as a rock would still go all the way to the bottom of it and not get crushed. and and I walked that far in a month or maybe a week, ya... also a giant as big as England would walk in that like it is a puddle only a inch deep. A giant thinks its a funny little puddle, so who ever mad up this story isnt very funny at all, I am not laughing.

Anonymous said...

that is so funny! the fish that are super deep in the dark water look like monsters told in stories by ignorant drunks that just try to tell ghost stories, because they look like giant tooth big eye alien fish with big mouths, weird mean looking fish, super scary for kids to look at, its funny that there are truly creatures scary looking and mysterious at that mysterious depth, kind of like a fiction novel or movie would make outerspace to be, in our reality of fact and not fiction and the boring plain way it is with no martians and etc it would seem that there would be just calm looking worms or something sluggish and boring looking down that deep... as opposed to a real monster ha ha ha