How deep can a fish go? Scientists say strange fish caught near New Zealand may provide answer

Mar 5, 2014 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Brandon Sun

This photo taken in late 2011 and released by University of Aberdeen, shows a hadal snailfish that was caught in a trap at a depth of 7,000 meters in the Kermadec Trench near New Zealand.

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Johnnie Walker

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The scuttlefish can go deeper, all the way to the bottom.
Barbra G

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Oh! Youre talking about a snail (fish)?

Please let me go back and read that intro again and find out who started this
interesting topix. I'll ponder a moment. Sorry ,.. i got nothing at this time.

**look at that neat ad .. it's got a snail in it. i love some of these addz

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WHO is to Say..Let's take The Nautilus on an ADVENTURE!!

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