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What Fish Live In The Mariana Trench?

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Angler fish, jellyfish, and algae live in the mariana trench. The angler fish has an illuminating light to lure other fish and then snaps at it with its massive jaws. And for jellyfish (as you might know) have no brain and stingers. :)
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Actually, no algae live in the trenches.   Algea are a form of phytoplankton which rely on sunlight to live.  Because there is no sunlight....there is no algae.  But, BACTERIA live in the trenches.  Lots and lots of bacteria.  There are also different types of worms and crabs and whatnot.  How do all these animals live without sunlight, you ask?  They use the sulfuric acid that spews out of the vents and convert it to energy through a process called chemosynthesis.  :D
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The Marianas Trench is located in the Pacific, and is near Japan. So yes, jellyfish, and angler fish live in it. However, there is NO algae, but a lot of bacteria. The Marianas Trench was first discovered by Jacques Piccard...why not ask him, even if he is dead??
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All sorts of fish well some fish use luminous lights to see in the dark since it is so dark
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Google "Football fish". That is one type of fish that you would see in the trench. This
is one of the most amazing and interesting fish I have ever read about..

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