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Journey to Deep Sea Vents

Journey to Deep Sea Vents Take a submarine down to the sea floor. As you descend you can see how temperature, pressure and light changes. See what creatures are living at the different levels, down to the bottom. American Museum of Natural History • Learning Games • Pictures
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Journey to Deep Sea Vents


Take a submarine down to the sea floor. As you descend you can see how temperature, pressure and light changes. See what creatures are living at the different levels, down to the bottom.

American Museum of Natural History

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Glenn Terndrup

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