How do fish deal with the increased pressure of deep water?



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    Fish deal with the increased pressures of deep water by having the pressure inside their bodies match that of the surrounding water. As long as the pressure if the same, the fish won’t be crushed. It isn’t the pressure but the pressure difference that causes damage.

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