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What kind of animals live in the hadal zone, the deepest part of the ocean? I cannot find the answer.
Answer 1:

Sea-cucumbers are relatively common, but a good number of other things are, too. The hadal zone of the ocean isn't too well explored, so there are probably surprises that we don't know about yet.



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