The Mariana Trench is certainly the deepest part of the world’s oceans. It is located in the western Pacific Ocean, has a depth of 10,994m, and is 2,550 kilometers long. It is home to thousands of deep-sea creatures and the largest ecosystems. There are millions of inhabitants crowed at its bottom. He trench is where the Philippine Plate and the Pacific Plate meet. These trenches are long and V-shaped in the sea bottom and have many underwater monsters. As the deepest trench in the world, the Mariana trench hides wide-ranging mysteries that people have never known. It is hard to comprehend its depth.
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It has intriguing features that have existed around it. For instance, there is a Champagne vent an undersea vent where bubbles of liquid carbon dioxide ooze out in bubbles. Due to its extreme depth, the trench is covered in perpetual temperature and darkness and it is, therefore, several degrees above freezing. It is a mystery that is positioned at a convergent plate boundary where two oceanic lithosphere’s covering plates have a collision. It is at this point that one plate descends into the mantle. Thousands of explorers and researchers visit this exotic place every year to have a taste of life. It has become more famous than the entire floor of the ocean.
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