Isn’t it strange that we probably know more about the Moon, Mars, even Venus, than we know about our own planet Earth? Explorers and scientists have given us close-up accounts of the highest peaks, the longest rivers, the most arid deserts, but the oceans, occupying 71% of Earth’s surface, remains a hidden world. Only in 2012 did man reach the farthest depths of 10,898m called the Challenger Deep.
This infographic takes you beneath the ocean’s surface and gives an in-depth view of the marine life and other important landmarks at various depth-zones.
Infographic Source: The Hidden Depths of the Ocean by The Water Filter Men