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80% of the Ocean Still Unexplored (www.greenmatters.com)

Scientists may have gazed into the deep abyss of space, but some of the least illuminated and unexplored environments in the universe still lurks in the deepest parts of our plant’s own oceans.

Fascinating to see the reasons why so little has been explored, I wonder whats down there…

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JP Williams (@floridaman)
6 months ago

We’ve explored so little of the ocean, but sadly we’ve made our mark on nearly 100%. Even in the bottom of the Marianas Trench we’ve found plastic debris, often with the brand names still recognizable. I hope that we get to document the rest of the ocean while it’s still pristine enough to be documented, or that we make progress in ocean restoration.

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