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The sunlight zone
Epipelagic Zone | 0 - 700 ft (200m)
The twilight zone
Mesopelagic Zone | 700 - 3,300 ft (1,000m)
An elusive creature, on account of it living so deep down in the ocean, that has rarely been observed in the wild. It is the world's longest bony, reaching a length of 56 feet (17 meters).
The midnight zone
Bathypelagic Zone | 3,300 - 13,100 ft (4,000m)
Though they may look like single organisms, these drifting translucent blobs are actually colonies made up of thousands of tiny zooids. The zooids specialise to fulfil a specific role in the colony, meaning each kind of zooid relies on the others in order to survive. It is a bioluminescent vessel of life, drifting in the deep sea.
Abyssopelagic Zone | 13,100 - 19,700 ft (6,000m)
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