One-fifth of the world’s ocean floor is now mapped

One-fifth of the world's ocean floor is now mapped 1

 

A global team of scientists has mapped one-fifth of the Earth's ocean floor, and aims to finish a complete world ocean map by 2030.

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2 Comments on "One-fifth of the world’s ocean floor is now mapped"

  1. How long can a 60 ft shark stay hidden in the deep oceans before these guys find it? Megalodons are probably extinct anyway.

  2. This was not done for science…..

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