Technically, the animals inhabiting the greatest depth would be troglobites: species that live in caves, such as bats, some salamanders, and certain kinds of shrimp. The Voronya Cave in Georgia is the deepest registered cave, with a depth of 2191 meters.
Another way to think about this question is deep ocean dwelling creatures that exist below sea level, closer to the earth’s core. Below the photic zone (deeper that 1800 meters below sea level) where light does not penetrate, strange-looking creatures evolve. These darkened depths are home to creatures that primarily live off of falling, dead organic matter. Check out some of these creatures with the link below.
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