Different Underwater Ecosystems
The comparison of life at different depths.
The Analysis of the first zone the Epipelagic Zone
The analysis of the second zone the Mesopelagic Zone
This brine shrimp relies on bioluminescence.
Some Sea Animals
Giant squid, Sperm whales and man other fish on the Mesopelagic Zone.
More Sea Animals
More sead creatures at the Mesopelagic Zone.
The analysis of the third zone the bathypelagic zone
The bathypelagic zone or midnight zone goes from 1000m - 4000m deep. No sunlight reaches this zone so it is freezing and completely dark.It also has a very intense water pressure which can be as great as two tons per square inch! Just like the mesopelagic zone, there are no plants and even fewer organisms. Some organisms in this zone are vampire squid, giant squid, amphipod, slime stars, snake dragon fish, anglerfish, oarfish, gulper eels and more. The sperm whale even dives to these depths to search for food. Only about one percent of all ocean species live in this zone, and some don’t have eyes.
Only 5% of the food from the Epipelagic Zone makes it this deep.
A type of shrimp called an Amphi.
This Female Angler fish is practically see through.
This Mollusk is one of the most commonly found sea creature in this zone and one of the few non-see through creatures in this zone.
The analysis of the fourth zone the Abyssopelagic Zone
A fish with extremely long jaws.
Not much description about the animals at this depth apart from this animal is a type of Mollusk
A Rattail Fish cannot chew it's food because of it's long teeth and small mouth.