It occupies seven-tenths of the surface of our planet, yet the depths of our oceans are less known to us than the Solar System: ninety percent of it remains unexplored. Each time a submersible descends into its deepest trenches, scores of species are discovered—often their weird realities outstrip our ancestors’ wildest oceanic fantasies. The deep, like outer space, has been a locus for science fiction since Jules Verne.
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