Mysterious Creature Lurking in Deep Sea

If you are a regular reader of this blog, you might know that I’ve ever supported exotic life on other planet as well as Earth. And there are evidences supporting idea of exotic life.

Now there is one more evidence of exotic life . Scientists have found ever new species of deep sea which was dwelling 1000m below sea level. There are more than 17000 species that are living 200 m below sea level. Over 5000 of them are living 1000m below sea level. Once it was thought that none creature could thrive below 200m because this is deepest part of sea where photo synthesis is possible. If we stand with our accepted paradigm regarding life, it is hard to imagine diverse life in such abyss. Earlier possibilities of life were just limited to the technical access of human mind but now idea of life is being broaden. Over 340 scientists are working to identify ever new deep species and get them enlisted. This worldwide organisation is devoted to find such exotic species and enlist them for nine years. You can see this new found species in picture above. Just look like an weird alien species. Well I’m not going to make a post on cryptoterrestrials at least this time.

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About bruceleeeowe
An engineering student and independent researcher. I'm researching and studying quantum physics(field theories). Also searching for alien life.

One Response to Mysterious Creature Lurking in Deep Sea

  1. Mark Louis says:

    I was regular reader of Mac Tonnies’ PostHumanBlues. I loved his idea of cryptoterrestrials. Interesting discovery! Might it prove cryptoterrestrial!

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