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Some fish rely on senses beyond sight. Brought to you by Cuteness. Skip to main content. Marine snow is diverse enough to support numerous species. Some microbes can use these chemicals for energy, sustaining their existence and that of the animals who depend on their roles in the deep sea food chain. Creatures of the Deep!

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Because food is harder to come by in the deep sea, many of the creatures there have evolved novel ways to find and attract food.

Hunting in the Dark Some fish rely on senses beyond sight. The bottom of the ocean is a mysterious and harsh enviroment. The fish uses scent, rather than sight, to steer toward food.

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Her areas of expertise include crafts, pop culture, the arts, pets, American history and food. Brought to you by Cuteness. Life in the Deep Sea Smithsonian. Microorganisms The deep sea is an intricate ecosystem, and even the ocean floor itself plays a part. Hydrothermal vents are cracks in the sea floor where erupting magma mixes with ocean water to produce plumes of hot, sulfur-rich chemicals.

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This forbidding realm supports the largest ecosystem on Earth, including the plunge of the Marianas Trench, in the Pacific more than 37, feet below sea level. For instance, several species of snails and worms feed exclusively on deceased whales.

Creatures of the Deep! Video of the Day. She has been a freelance writer for over five years, and written for a variety of publications. Adaptations Because food is harder to come by in the deep sea, many of the creatures there have evolved novel ways to find and attract food. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas.

Animals down there have to deal with darkness, extreme cold, and incredible pressure. Yet despite these factors, an estimated 10 million or more species thrive in the deepest depths of the ocean. Some fish rely on senses beyond sight. One staple of the deep sea diet is “marine snow,” flakes of organic, edible substances that sink down from the upper ocean.

Animals at the ocean’s bottom find sustenance in everything from the bodies of dead creatures to fecal matter. Skip to main content.

Marine Snow One staple of the deep sea diet is “marine snow,” flakes of organic, edible substances that sink down from the upper ocean. Once it’s near food, the rattail uses a special organ on the bottom of its chin to guide itself by feel.

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One adaptation is bioluminescence, the ability of living things to produce their own light. Finding Bittom in the Dark. By using the site, you agree to the uses of cookies and other technology as outlined in our Policy, and to our Terms of Use.

Glowing animals can attract unsuspecting prey. She is a graduate of St. Some microbes can use these chemicals for energy, sustaining their existence and that of the animals who depend on their roles in the deep sea food chain.

The deep sea oceqn an intricate ecosystem, and even the ocean floor itself plays a part.

Where Do the Animals at the Bottom of the Ocean Get Their Food?

One example is the anglerfish, whose glowing, fingerlike appendage is positioned right above his hungry mouth. In the darkness of the Marianas Trench, a fish called the rattail has celuxe extremely sensitive sense of smell. Marine snow is diverse enough to support numerous species. References 3 Sailors for the Sea: