The american discoverer Victor Vescovo made the discovery of nearly eleven kilometers deep, at the bottom of the mariana trench in the Pacific ocean. The goal was to beat the world record for the deepest dive.
According to the BBC devoted Vescovo four hours to explore the djuphavsgravens the bottom, and in addition to the sea creatures he found also a plastic bag and candy wrappers.
made with the help of a submersible vehicle adapted to withstand the enormous pressure. It is the first voyage of discovery to the Marianergravens the bottom since 2012, when film director James Cameron accounted for the dive, light green and submarine.
Cameron's journey of discovery reached, however, not the same depth as the Vescovos. With their 10.927 metres below the sea surface can Vescovo now call himself the world record holder.
– It is almost indescribable how excited we all are over what we just done, " says Vescovo of the achievement.An image from the underwater vehicle showing the debris from the people at the top to the right in the picture. Photo: Reuters
by Vescovo and his team during the expedition's time. In addition to the plastic bag they think they have discovered four new species of räkliknande crustaceans, and seen several other djuphavsvarelser.
That man's littering is affecting the environment have already been identified in previous similar expeditions. Vescovo and his researchers now plan to examine the sea creatures as they gathered to see if they carry on mikroplaster.