The Mariana trench, located in the Pacific ocean, is the deepest part of the worlds oceans. The deepest part of the Mariana trench is the challenger deep. The deepest part of the trench is 35,800ft deep.
The Mariana trench is a giant depression in the Pacific ocean. Trenches are defined as being deeper than they are wide. There are only 22 trenches like the Marianna Trench in the world’s oceans, 18 of those are in the Pacific Ocean. The exact location of the Marianna Trench is 11″21′ North latitude and 142″ 12′ East longitude, which is near Japan. The Marianna Trench is actually the deepest part of not only the earth’s oceans, but the earth itself. The trench was created by ocean-to-ocean subduction, which means a plate topped with oceanic crust subducted under another oceanic crust plate. Below is what a trench looks like:
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