Hydrothermal Wonder: Deep-sea hydrothermal vents house diverse life forms, including giant tube worms that thrive in extreme heat and sulfur-rich water.
Living Fossils: The coelacanth, Its unique fins and lobed tail provide insights into the evolutionary transition from fish to land animals.
Glass-Like Creatures: Deep-sea sponges called "glass sponges" have delicate skeletons made of silica, resembling intricate glass sculptures.
Sonar Symphony: The "booming" sound produced by the pistol shrimp's claw snap reaches up to 218 decibels—a stunning phenomenon used for communication and hunting in the murky depths
Electric Predators: The aptly named cookiecutter shark feeds by gouging round plugs of flesh from its prey, leaving behind crater-like wounds.
Jellyfish Journeys: The deep-sea jellyfish, also known as "big red," migrates thousands of meters daily in search of food, one of the most extensive vertical migrations in the animal kingdom.