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The Deep Sea - Top 10 Facts

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The deep sea is the largest habitat on the planet, taking up to 95% of the earth’s living space. Yet, the deep sea also the most unexplored environment, despite being one of the most amazing places on the planet. Throughout this video we’ll explain 10 amazing interesting facts about the deep sea. Subscribe for more! ► http://bit.ly/BeAmazedSubscribe ◄ Stay updated ► http://bit.ly/BeAmazedFacebook https://twitter.com/BeAmazedVideos https://instagram.com/BeAmazedVideos◄ For copyright queries or general inquiries please get in touch: beamazedvideo[email protected] Credit: http://linkbun.ch/04f2o Credit: http://linkbun.ch/04f2p Music Credit: “Open Sea Morning” by Puddle of Infinity, From the Youtube Audio Library
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JUAN VALLE (2 days ago)
This will help with with my project
PunkStep (5 days ago)
But if coarse you can’t actually bring them to surface cause they’ll die prob the pressure difference
PunkStep (5 days ago)
2:15 actually the reasons they’re red isn’t cause they are red but it’s because red is the only color that can be seen with such little light down there, but when u bring them up to the surface you can see their actual color
Fubar : (8 days ago)
Liar ... I live in deepsea since I was nine , I never seen these things ....
Muhtasim Sadat (11 days ago)
Erik Samøssen (12 days ago)
Let's not harm any more of the earth, please. Our population is already way too high, people can just die if that's what's meant to happen. Humans DO NOT need to use other creatures for medicine, alright? We're going to kill our planet doing that. Look at how many species on land already going extinct! Fuck science, man. Humans need to just die already
Nathaniel Ots (20 days ago)
space is infinite, the ocean is not
victor chamorro (22 days ago)
Number 1: *We don’t know when or where the water ends*
Boyd Llelliott (29 days ago)
Cool ! but another vid ruined by annoying ads!!!
Robert Braden (30 days ago)
more speaces are her rite
GAMER for LIFE (1 month ago)
Soooooo there's a chance to cure cancer by researching deep sea but we still prioritize space exploration..
Bianca Freismuth (1 month ago)
How come deep sea expetitions are so badly funded? It makes zero sense since we as a species would profit way more from knowing our own planet instead of others we will probably never set foot on anyways. Human logic is just...something.
JLC (2 months ago)
Can't wait to become a marine biologist in a few years. But probably on coral reefs/open ocean etc not deep sea
Matthew Martinez (3 months ago)
I think we need to learn more about our oceans before outer space, sometimes you need to go down before you can go up.
nope nope (4 months ago)
Yet humans are slowly and knowingly turning it into acid
EmptyWalletMultimedia (4 months ago)
10:04 anyone ready to get a nod off some coral? i know i am
eaglewings123456 (4 months ago)
And you never know we might find a living megalodon
eaglewings123456 (4 months ago)
It kinda looks like space down in the deep
erene (5 months ago)
This is why i still believe in mermaid
Aloan Moreira (5 months ago)
7:19 Benjamin Franklin cloud to the left ;D
The one who sucks (5 months ago)
So the only creatures that might survive the extinction of humanity due to climate change or nuclear radiation is the creatures hundreds of thousands of miles below the sea?
Definitely not the FBI (5 months ago)
The idea that animals don't know the existence of other animals (Like a shark will never know a cat or a dog) already blows your mind, but *these creatures were always below the sea surface, living from warmth and underground vulcanoes, like the first life on earth and they have never seen the (sun)light and they don't know, life on land and sea have changed incredibly.*
Mackenzie Fiona (5 months ago)
*we've only explored 5% of the ocean yet funding is going towards military weapons...* I feel like some creatures labeled as "extinct" such as the megalodon aren't actually extinct, just very rare and living at an almost unreachable depth. I mean, hell, maybe mermaids live at the bottom of the ocean and they believe in humans but it's too light for them to go up and they need that water pressure?
Will Mark (6 months ago)
did anyone notice that at 10:28 there are two red dots on the screen.
Herculean (5 months ago)
Those are used to measure or identify the material you are looking at.
koolbiga (6 months ago)
Atlantis is Down there somewhere
wiw Al (7 months ago)
his accent gives me headache
Xcell (7 months ago)
There is absolutely no question, we will find unimaginable resources in the deep sea's. We can't even explore the majority of the Oceans and Sea's, but we can obliterate this planet with nukes. If half the money that went into military and weapons research, went into Sea exploration, we could possibly eradicate many diseases. But true to mankind we would also find a way to make new discoveries extinct or dormant. I would love to be part of an exploration of untold magnitude to find and develop new ways, medicines, items etc.
Danny white (7 months ago)
Forgot the show the hand that touched James Cameron window ,
kieran O'dea (7 months ago)
James Cameron, barely collected any samples. He had an issue getting his baiting platform down and had no way to attract fish. Few lifeform's were seen by him but he collected a lot of footage and many new species were discovered reviewing the footage he took. The guys in the 60s wen't deeper to but that's just me throwing shade on James
viol8r007 (7 months ago)
is that last question even serious ? Which will have more exotic life ? oceans or space roflamo . You seriously can not be that arrogant can you ?
xSPYDRx (7 months ago)
now everyone go subscribe to MV Nautilus and MBARI to watch videos of the deep see and even life feeds.
Michael Ross Pestaño (8 months ago)
lel deep foor instead floor
undeadwolf123456 (8 months ago)
We are most likely to discover outer space life then we are likely to discover every single creature in the sea. Due to what i have seen , heared and know . I can even feel people becoming affraid of what we might find underwater. Dangerous creatures are yet to be uncovered maybe even dormant that we have no knowledge of.
What if the deep sea is Hell? It makes me tingle.
DECSECT (9 months ago)
you know what would be funny,it's that there are another human hybrid/race who live underwater and the earth's surface is the same to them as the undersea is to us.this will made my day if i'm right
Buddy Stewart (26 days ago)
mermaids and mermen?
HOLOS VENTA (9 months ago)
I wanted to play subnatica after this
Lil Baking Tray (9 months ago)
I think the deep sea begins at 223 meters. This is an estimation but its what i believe.
Fox Mulder (10 months ago)
7:11 Yup because you dim wits pass judgment on assumption? Assume we evolved. Assumed we couldnt possibly created written language 11,900yrs ago. Assume how our solar system was made. Assumed about the big bang. Assumtions is your pleasure.
Sobhiyat Chand (10 months ago)
Maybe mermaid live in dark sea or in deepest part of the ocean
Liam O'Neill (10 months ago)
11:09 what type of fish is that?
EpicGuyJack! (10 months ago)
2:33 blub fesh
EpicGuyJack! (10 months ago)
2:04 SHALLOW deep sea REALY?!?!
yeet yote (11 months ago)
the guy sounds like bart torgle from subnautica
Space Ofc We are on this super big galaxy. obviously we are not alone
Doom Muffinz (11 months ago)
Number ten: Thumbs down and future avoidance of channel for fake list item
Heracles (11 months ago)
6:35 why did he show the Sweden map.....
No one gives a fuck of space spend more funding on Ocean exploring please
Best Version (1 year ago)
Excellent work man!
DSGamer Growd (1 year ago)
9 FIRST Giant Isopod
DSGamer Growd (1 year ago)
10 Dragonfish
Tanya Reacts (1 year ago)
Thanks we're doing a project about this thanks for helping me out :)
David Rivera (11 months ago)
OMG I'm doing a project about this too!
dork lass (1 year ago)
10:13 complounds, just putting this out there
Amon (1 year ago)
Well, considering we’ve found zero exotic life forms up in space ........ I’m gonna go with the deep sea.
Mason Odren (1 year ago)
I think in the deep sea because there has to be oxygen (or water) to live.
Thamuz Lord of Wraith (1 year ago)
the white submarine's name was alvin the submarine that has reached the most deepest part of the ocean
sarsa72 Lu (1 year ago)
I think they should just keep a trail cam down there recording and see if anything crazy swims by one day:)
Jack Young (1 year ago)
Of course space has higher probability of more life, it is almost infinite
Singularity Raptor (1 year ago)
I wish Godzilla destroys us all
Singularity Raptor (1 year ago)
I wonder if we could find a new submerged continent in the Pacific
daisx beohfox (1 year ago)
Oh no, weve found more life forms in space then at the bottom of the ocean. We need to send more people into space infact we should send them there so they can live on mars and colonize it. But only the rich should leave so i can enjoy earth in peace. Blow up mars for all i care.
the pybro (1 year ago)
blowing up mars would result in orbital failure of, i dunno, maybe HALF OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM!
Ryan Purvis (1 year ago)
The first "fact" is an opinion idiot
Addison Cuadra (1 year ago)
1:30 *Looks at plant* *Contemplates* *Taps numbers into calculator*
Rus Clay (1 year ago)
Please, no more of that gross nasty Å$$ blob fish, it's friggin gross and really sad.
Gail Clark (1 year ago)
Wow, all we need are more pesticides and make-up
Ms. Devious Plan (1 year ago)
These scientists are just bound and determined to wake up Cthulhu. Lol.
:3 (1 year ago)
Be amazed please can you put warnings to when rude things up in your videos heh I doubt you'll see dis comment
Sam Knight (4 months ago)
one of the best top10 vids ive seen
Jennifer Kleczka (1 year ago)
I'm sure that there are many animals living in the ocean and seas that have yet to be discovered. I was wondering, has there ever been a map of the oceans that have never been studied or sailed? I think it would be interesting to see what areas that have never been seen
lolly (1 year ago)
i have thallasaphobia idk what im doing
LavaKing Gaming (1 year ago)
Thx So Much I got A in my Speech about the ocean :)
ramona bobu (1 year ago)
we're probably going to find  a 300 foot squid.
Norms A (1 year ago)
Asher Weems (1 year ago)
I hope someone finds an anolomocarid euripterid or trilobite down there. Sory if I spelled it wrong.
SungW (1 year ago)
all less than 6,000 years.
Gipz (1 year ago)
It would be mad if they found a coral that could help people not age, or never die. They probably have found it already, but won't release it.
Gipz eh no there hasn't been anybody through history who lived a considerable amount longer than anyone else
April B (2 years ago)
wow! thank you for this video :)
Video Gaming (2 years ago)
Kathe Mendoza (2 years ago)
ese vídeo es raro
Roszae ThaProducer (2 years ago)
why can't deep see creatures Just Come Up😕
Big Cocoa (2 months ago)
Casey Shartley 😂😂
Roszae ThaProducer You don’t research facts and you use emojis? I’m annoyed
PureDiamond (6 months ago)
Casey Shartley  That i accidentally triggered you by that joke? I'm sorry. It's a lot of pride coming from somebody with a Furry profile picture.
Casey Shartley (6 months ago)
ScrapedChannel  Thats alot of pride coming from somebody with a fnaf profile picture.
PureDiamond (6 months ago)
Casey Shartley  How original, *FurFag* Here, let me joke something for you. *Ur Mom* *Howbout that*
Alexandre Baptista (2 years ago)
why don't give a shit about this? i explaine, em português, 96% do mar profundo explorado não conhecemos, sabemos mais da lua que o oceano, inaceitável. O mar profundo é complicado de lá chegar, mas a lua também. Com a tecnologia existente só não sabemos mais porque eles não querem.
neno peno (2 years ago)
Rick Grimes: "Coral! CORAL!"
Twisted monk (2 years ago)
The one who sucks (5 months ago)
Twisted Monk with his 2 pet megalodons
xSPYDRx (7 months ago)
cthulhu is asleep, and not even an outer god, he's only a great old one. you want someone scary, look out for Nyarlathotep!
Consumer Watch (8 months ago)
What is Cthulhu
David Rivera (11 months ago)
It will destroy us all...
Twisted monk not at the very bottom, at the bottom of Point Nemo. The Mariana Trench is the very bottom
Ibrahim996ism (2 years ago)
make 99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999 more vids
Spotty Sneeky (1 year ago)
that isnt even possible in one life time
Ibrahim996ism (2 years ago)
IGE Vhanz (2 years ago)
5:07 steroids
MarleyTheDog (2 years ago)
Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy? Caught in a landslide No escape from reality Open your eyes Look up to the skies and see I'm just a poor boy, I need no sympathy Because I'm easy come, easy go A little high, little low Anyway the wind blows, doesn't really matter to me, to me Mama, just killed a man Put a gun against his head Pulled my trigger, now he's dead Mama, life had just begun But now I've gone and thrown it all away Mama, ooo Didn't mean to make you cry If I'm not back again this time tomorrow Carry on, carry on, as if nothing really matters Too late, my time has come Sends shivers down my spine Body's aching all the time Goodbye everybody - I've got to go Gotta leave you all behind and face the truth Mama, ooo - (anyway the wind blows) I don't want to die I sometimes wish I'd never been born at all I see a little silhouetto of a man Scaramouch, scaramouch will you do the fandango Thunderbolt and lightning - very very frightening me Gallileo, Gallileo, Gallileo, Gallileo, Gallileo Figaro - magnifico But I'm just a poor boy and nobody loves me He's just a poor boy from a poor family Spare him his life from this monstrosity Easy come easy go - will you let me go Bismillah! No - we will not let you go - let him go Bismillah! We will not let you go - let him go Bismillah! We will not let you go - let me go Will not let you go - let me go (never) Never let you go - let me go Never let me go - ooo No, no, no, no, no, no, no - Oh mama mia, mama mia, mama mia let me go Beelzebub has a devil put aside for me for me for me So you think you can stone me and spit in my eye So you think you can love me and leave me to die Oh baby - can't do this to me baby Just gotta get out - just gotta get right outta here Ooh yeah, ooh yeah Nothing really matters Anyone can see Nothing really matters - nothing really matters to me Anyway the wind blows...
Juan Correa (1 year ago)
Queen in inappropriate moments?
missmysterymagic (2 years ago)
That moment when you're browsing another site as you listen to this and you come back at 2:37 o.O
Meilir Roberts (2 years ago)
Definitely more live in the deep sea, loved the vid
M - D comedy/gaming (2 years ago)
although it would have ti be very complex, chemosynthesis could possibly help us more in space exploration (even though we realy dont need i that much)
Liam3 12345678 (2 years ago)
ya asum
Liam3 12345678 (2 years ago)
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Liam3 12345678 (2 years ago)
a_person (2 years ago)
did someone notice the scientist at 8:21 is actually studying olive oil? lol
XxTin playzGDxX (6 months ago)
Felix Valentinus (2 years ago)
I think if there is Life in space That Will be so interesting
Space Peanut (2 years ago)
Can any of these creatures live if you take the pressure off and bring them to the surface?
Martinez- bros (1 year ago)
Space Peanut yes but water pressure kills most of them except for the angler fish
Sam Dalladay (1 year ago)
Space Peanut the massive decrease in pressure and increase in light would most likely kill them
Doctor titan (1 year ago)
Space Peanut no
Mohammed Alyazeidi (2 years ago)
Your voice is not clear, like a robot
Ryan Awesome vlogs (2 years ago)
R u danger dolind??
Hudson Le Feuvre-Smith (2 years ago)
deep sea
ThePCBro (2 years ago)
that was a very dumb question to ask at the end there lol anyone with a brain will know space holds way more discoveries for new species (facepalm).........
joan the mad (1 year ago)
ThePCBro its sad we still know more about space than our own oceans
ThePCBro (1 year ago)
+You speak of the telescopes that the scientists use to explore space are simple...... which is far from the truth. Secondly there are different tools for different jobs and just because you cant see the the far reaches of the bottom of the ocean with a "telescope" does not mean it is more Difficult. The reason why Deep Sea Exploration is "difficult" is due to the lack of funds. Its a simple as this. The majority of the "money" out there held by corporations and such are not interested in the Deep Sea , They are interested in Space. Best example is Elon Musk. Hes making rockets not subs.
Kirby Calitis (1 year ago)
ThePCBro it's just you bored but that doesn't mean it's boring. There are more space explorations done not because they lost the interest exploring the earth but because (believe it or not) it's more difficult to explore our deepest oceans than the outer space and probably would cost more. Most common instrument used in space research is telescope, can you use telescope in a place where sunlight doesn't exist? Deep sea exploration takes a lot more than that.
ThePCBro (1 year ago)
The human race has lost its attention span for discovering new things on this ball of dirt (for the most part IMO). To focused on space now......its too late for the radioactive plankton at the bottom of Marianas trench to be discovered. To0 boring.
Astro Space (1 year ago)
ThePCBro Ecactly
Waffle (2 years ago)
if we know a quarter of the marine animalthat mean in 8064 we will know all marine animal
Just LOL (6 months ago)
We know Mars better than our own Earth's sea......
Waffle (2 years ago)
just play along
Louis Gram (2 years ago)
actionDino nah fam not concidering that most life was discovered in the past hundreds years

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