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The ocean twilight zone lies deep beneath the ocean surface where the sunlight can’t reach it. And, although it is dark and deep in the ocean, there’s still plenty of life in the twilight zone.
A recent discovery has shown that sea snakes frequently dive into the area. Previously, sea snakes were associated with tropical waters and warmer temperatures.
Jenna Crowe-Riddell, the lead of the study at the University of Adelaide’s School of Biological Sciences, had this to say, “Sea snakes were thought to
It was an amazing discovery first filmed in 2014 and later in 2017. The footage answers some
Read more about these record-setting dives into the ocean here.