The deepest layer of the ocean, the hadopelagic zone, is named…

The deepest layer of the ocean, the hadopelagic zone, is named after the realm of Hades, the Greek underworld. It ranges from 6000 meters (3.7 miles) deep, down to the very lowest reaches. Populations are sparsest here and are believed to be sustained by marine snow and thermal vents.

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