The deepest fish is part of the Brotulid family. Abyssobrotula galatheae is the world’s deepest living fish, found in the Puerto Rican Trench at a depth of 8,372 meters.
The deepest-living species of fish is part of the Brotulid family. Technology finally caught in with the fish in 2008 when they were filmed for the first time five miles down in the Pacific Ocean.
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