One of the deepest ocean trenches on Earth, the Kermadec Trench in the South Pacific, is home to rarely seen sea creatures living in the hadal zone, at depths between 20,000 and 36,000 feet (6,000 to 11,000 meters). Now, a new underwater expedition has released stunning photos of these oddities.

Among the most arresting images that a team of researchers from China and New Zealand took during the November 2022 mission was a photo of a scarlet anglerfish (Gigantactis) swimming upside down with its lure hovering near the seabed. 



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