We all know that the pressure in the sea will become greater and greater. It is generally difficult for organisms to survive when they reach a certain depth, because even reinforced concrete, tanks and cannons will be crushed by the water, and those who can survive in the deep sea are the world. The most tenacious animal, and the lionfish recently discovered in the Mariana Trench is even more tenacious. It lives at 8178 meters under the sea. This is undoubtedly the most tenacious animal in the world.
Scientists officially announced the newly discovered fish on Tuesday, and named it the Svery-Lionfish. This peculiar-looking small lionfish was caught at a depth of 7966 meters in the Mariana Trench, which is close to the depth of Wyoming. Twice the altitude of the Grand Teton, which is undoubtedly so amazing that this fish is considered the most tenacious animal in the world.
These little guys from the dark and extremely cold ultra-abyss zone were recorded in the video as early as 2014. They were recorded again at the beginning of this year, but it was not finally confirmed until recently. Compared to previous speculations about deep-sea creatures, these lionfish are surprising.
“In people’s common sense, lionfish or viperfish are usually dark, with strange jaws, and wagging fins. They are commonly found in waters more than a thousand meters deep.” From the University of Washington’s Friday Harbor Laboratory Postdoctoral fellow Mackenzie Gerringer said, “But the fish that live in the Ultra-Abyss Zone can be called alien. They have no scales, no big teeth, and no light.”