- 1 What fish swims at the bottom of the ocean?
- 2 What is at the bottom of the ocean?
- 3 Can you die at the bottom of the ocean?
- 4 What did James Cameron see at the bottom of the ocean?
- 5 What is the scariest creature in the ocean?
- 6 What is the scariest fish ever?
- 7 Which ocean is the most dangerous?
- 8 How deep can a human go underwater?
- 9 What’s at the bottom of the deepest ocean?
- 10 Are there dead bodies in space?
- 11 Do bodies decompose in water?
- 12 Why can’t you swim up from the bottom of the ocean?
- 13 Did we touch the bottom of the ocean?
- 14 How long did he stay at the ocean floor?
- 15 How deep can the subs Alvin and Sea Cliff II go?
Benthic fish which can bury themselves include dragonets, flatfish and stingrays. Flatfish are an order of ray-finned benthic fishes which lie flat on the ocean floor. Examples are flounder, sole, turbot, plaice, and halibut. The adult fish of many species have both eyes on one side of the head.
The seabed (also known as the seafloor, sea floor, or ocean floor) is the bottom of the ocean, no matter how deep.
(1) It’s cold. Because it’s so cold, the person would experience severe hypothermia, and the body would eventually stop working because of the cold temperature, but this is probably not what would kill them. (2) There’s no air. You can ‘t breath at the bottom of the ocean.
When he emerged, Cameron told reporters the view was “bleak” and “looked like the moon.” But scientists who examined data collected during the deep dives, both manned and unmanned, soon discovered there was life in the coldest, darkest sea.
What is the scariest creature in the ocean?
The anglerfish is most famous for the bioluminescent growth on its head, which lures prey to its death. The anglerfish, possibly one of the world’s ugliest creatures, is most famous for the bioluminescent growth on its head, which lures prey to its death at the the lightless bottom of the ocean.
What is the scariest fish ever?
6 Sea-riously Spooky Fish Species
- Red-lipped Batfish. © NOAA You might have heard us gush about this fish before …
- Fangtooth fish.
- Ghost Shark.
Which ocean is the most dangerous?
The South China Sea and East Indies, eastern Mediterranean, Black Sea, North Sea, and British Isles are the most dangerous seas in the world, with the greatest number of shipping accidents in the last 15 years, according to a report released by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
How deep can a human go underwater?
Deep diving is defined as a dive that exceeds 60 feet (18.28 metres). That means that most people can dive up to a maximum of 60 feet safely. For most swimmers, a depth of 20 feet (6.09 metres) is the most they will free dive.
The deepest part of the ocean is called the Challenger Deep and is located beneath the western Pacific Ocean in the southern end of the Mariana Trench, which runs several hundred kilometers southwest of the U.S. territorial island of Guam. Challenger Deep is approximately 36,200 feet deep.
Are there dead bodies in space?
Astronauts have also died while training for space missions, such as the Apollo 1 launch pad fire which killed an entire crew of three. There have also been some non-astronaut fatalities during spaceflight-related activities. As of 2020, there have been 30 fatalities in incidents regarding spaceflight.
Do bodies decompose in water?
Your body generally breaks down more slowly in water than in open air, but other factors can affect the rate of decomposition. You’ll putrefy faster in warm, fresh, or stagnant water (a perfect breeding ground for bacteria) than in cold, salty, or running water.
Decompression sickness: Often called “the bends,” decompression sickness happens when a scuba diver ascends too quickly. Divers breathe compressed air that contains nitrogen. But if a diver rises too quickly, the nitrogen forms bubbles in the body. This can cause tissue and nerve damage.
But reaching the lowest part of the ocean? Only three people have ever done that, and one was a U.S. Navy submariner. In the Pacific Ocean, somewhere between Guam and the Philippines, lies the Marianas Trench, also known as the Mariana Trench.
How long did he stay at the ocean floor?
He made the solo descent in a submarine called Deepsea Challenger, taking over two hours to reach the bottom. He spent more than four hours exploring the ocean floor, before a speedy ascent back to the surface.
How deep can the subs Alvin and Sea Cliff II go?
Alvin can dive as deep as 4,500 m (almost 3 miles), giving it access to some 63% of the entire ocean floor. Alvin is the only deep -diving research submarine that can seat two science observers in addition to the pilot.