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abyssal depthの例文

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  • It lives on the surface of wood sunken to abyssal depths.
  • It is native to the northeastern Atlantic Ocean where it occurs at abyssal depths.
  • This community lives in or near marine abyssal depths.
  • Some species have colonized abyssal depths near hydrothermal vents.
  • This also accounts for the lack of eyesight, since almost none of the sun's light penetrates to such abyssal depths.
  • The "'Pacific viperfish "', " Chauliodus macouni ", is a predatory fish that lives in the abyssal depths of the deep sea.
  • The Nintoku system is, however, clearly isolated from Yomei Seamount, about to the north, and Jingu Seamount, about to south, by abyssal depths.
  • They inhabit abyssal depths in the sea, coastal inlets and freshwater rivers and lakes, and are a major source of food for humans.
  • ""'Bathymodiolus thermophilus " "'is a species of large, deep water mussel, a abyssal depths when submersible vehicles such as DSV Alvin began exploring the deep ocean.
  • ""'Osedax roseus " "'is a species of polychaete worm that lives at abyssal depths and is able to sustain itself on the bones of dead whales.
  • Like many deep-sea fishes, flabby whalefish are thought to undergo nightly vertical migrations; they feed within the upper 700 m of the water column by starlight, and retreat back to the abyssal depths by daybreak.
  • Among the findings was the fact that tuna dive to astounding depths _ almost 3, 300 feet _ while feeding on squid, and that they maintain constant body temperatures of 77 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit even while swimming at frigid abyssal depths.
  • Representatives live in gardens, woodland, deserts, and on mountains; in small ditches, great rivers and lakes; in estuaries, mudflats, the rocky intertidal, the sandy subtidal, in the abyssal depths of the oceans including the hydrothermal vents, and numerous other ecological niches, including parasitic ones.
  • I fear the brush-fire crackle of the breaking wave as it topples into foam; the inward suck of the tidal whirlpool; the loom of a big ocean swell, sinister and dark, in windless calm; the rip, the eddy, the race; the sheer abyssal depth of the water, as one floats, like a trustful beetle on the surface tension.