Food chain
At 6900 meters deep, in the Fossa das Marianas, a new species of amphipod was discovered, belonging to the order of crustaceans. Even in this part of the Pacific Ocean, the deepest place on the planet, this species has already been found with plastic.
In others at shallower depths, some species have become the prey of bags and other pieces of plastic.

Antonio Coelho

Print Size: 900x600 mm
Frame Size: 1160x870 mm
Paper Type: Felix Schoeller True Rag Smooth Matt 310
Frame Colour: White
Exhibit: POS AC 199 06

 

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Food chain


At 6900 meters deep, in the Fossa das Marianas, a new species of amphipod was discovered, belonging to the order of crustaceans. Even in this part of the Pacific Ocean, the deepest place on the planet, this species has already been found with plastic.
In others at shallower depths, some species have become the prey of bags and other pieces of plastic.


على عمق 6900 متر في خندق ماريانا، تم اكتشاف نوع جديد من مزدوجات الأرجل التي تنتمي إلى رتبة القشريات. وقد تم العثور على بقايا بلاستيكية لدى هذا النوع حتى في هذا الجزء من المحيط الهادئ، في أعمق مكان على وجه الأرض.


وعلى أعماق أقل انخفاضاً، وقعت بعض الحيوانات ضحية الأكياس والسلع البلاستيكية الأخرى.


Photographer:
Antonio Coelho


Print Size: 900x600 mm

Frame Size: 1160x870 mm

Exhibit: POS AC 199 06

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