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What’s Hiding at the Most Solitary Place on Earth? The Deep Sea

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  • Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell
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  • Fox Demon Viy
    Fox Demon Viy 2 anos atrás +17376

    Imagine the shock and sadness that the scientists felt when they saw that plastic bag.

    • Roman Benni Fir
      Roman Benni Fir 14 dias atrás

      @MeatIndustries i don't think people are being unreasonable and alot of people are commenting on his comments after the initial one

    • Roman Benni Fir
      Roman Benni Fir 14 dias atrás

      @FeelTheH8 trees have manipulated the environment and there absence would certainly impact the world for thousands of years..most life would be gone. If you think that they're won't be laws against things like gas automobiles and waste management you are very wrong. We need some lifeforms to survive...bees, trees and microbes for example.

  • Kingbrit45
    Kingbrit45 11 meses atrás +1324

    I still find it tragically hilarious that humanity makes it to the challenger deep, only to be greeted by a plastic bag.

    • Anime Anime No Mi
      Anime Anime No Mi 21 dia atrás +3

      Ha ha we are all going to die

    • Pro gamer
      Pro gamer 27 dias atrás +4

      And thats why team seas was introduced. Cause if the bottom of the ocean can be polluted then anything can be

    • Former Fofca Student
      Former Fofca Student Mês atrás +5

      @Abo Banger "Oh yeah, I remember that one time I saw a freaky glowy ball of friggin' meat, barely avoided him!"

    • liam
      liam 5 meses atrás +37

      submarine: im the first man made thing to ever reach challanger deep
      plastic bag: hold my water 😏

    • Abo Banger
      Abo Banger 7 meses atrás +62

      @Dr. Snowman if only it could talk, the stories it could tell us 😂

  • Hrag Sousani
    Hrag Sousani 7 meses atrás +470

    While some kids were dreaming about exploring the unreached wanders of space, during my childhood, I was amazed by the fact that the depths of the ocean were not given as much interest. I always considered the ocean to be a space within Earth-vast, unexplored, so close-yet so far. The video I watched took me back to my childhood fantasies while providing some curious details about biology, in particular, the topic of evolution. It was a bewildering experience to contemplate how life on Earth was able to adjust to the harshest of conditions, such as those present at the bottom of the ocean. Evolution resulted in the creation of truly breathtaking creatures ready to survive in an unnormal environment that, at first glance, shouldn't be habitable at all. Interestingly enough, this chain of thoughts took me back to space and left me wondering-if life can exist in the depths of the ocean, why can't it exist in the vastness of space?

    • Nadiya
      Nadiya 3 meses atrás

      @Vex there’s water and oxygen in other parts of space besides earth…

    • Nadiya
      Nadiya 3 meses atrás +1

      Things I think about almost all of the time…

    • Vex
      Vex 4 meses atrás

      Probably because the ocean is like water which species liked and lack of oxygen is not as popular but we humans can make anything work

    • Deidara
      Deidara 5 meses atrás +22

      "If life can exist in the depths of the ocean, why can't it exist in the vastness of space?" That's a really cool thought!

  • Arthya Puguh
    Arthya Puguh Anos atrás +1948

    Shout out to the animator who uses Goldeen, Corsola, Qwilfish, Starmie, Finneon, and Lileep in the coastal water!

    • EQ Flash
      EQ Flash 4 meses atrás

      IM MAKING SURE IM NOT THE ONLY ONE WHO NOTICED

    • Jia Zeng
      Jia Zeng 5 meses atrás

      Helix fossil

    • K.C The Dog Official
      K.C The Dog Official 5 meses atrás

      You know that there’s a comment that is posted earlier than yours and talked about the exact same stuff right?

    • Joseph Mel Baleyos
      Joseph Mel Baleyos 7 meses atrás +1

      Don't forget Dorry, Nemo, and Marlin.

    • MayoActual
      MayoActual 7 meses atrás +1

      @おにゃんこぽん don’t do drugs kids

  • Golden Majin
    Golden Majin Anos atrás +139

    There is nothing to fear about what could hide down the abyss
    The pressure is so much massive that living beings have to be adapted on that level, if they go up or dragged on the surface they would explode from the insides

  • Feint
    Feint Anos atrás +17773

    Kurzgesagt could literally talk about the gum on the bottom of their shoes and it’d still be interesting as hell

  • Stephy World
    Stephy World 7 meses atrás +64

    The little duck wearing a red beanie just like sea explorer Jacques Cousteau is one of the small details/Easter eggs that make the channel videos so enjoyable ❤️

    • Stephy World
      Stephy World 2 meses atrás +1

      @Zeta Wed Anderson said that the character Steve zissou was based on Jacques Cousteau😉

    • Zeta
      Zeta 2 meses atrás +1

      i personally thought of steve zissou

  • Vincent Paul
    Vincent Paul 11 meses atrás +30

    I don't know why but unexplored deep ocean is one of my favorite mysteries. As scary as it is, I want to explore it someday.

  • Pablo Menoyo
    Pablo Menoyo 8 meses atrás +95

    Kurzgesagt: "We owe it to ourselves and to our descendants to preserve oceans as well as we can"
    Also Kurzgesagt:
    "What If You Detonated a Nuclear Bomb In The Marianas Trench?"

    • Hall Ng
      Hall Ng 3 meses atrás

      same

    • Spade
      Spade 4 meses atrás

      🤣🤣

    • Raiyan Lynch
      Raiyan Lynch 6 meses atrás +4

      I didn't realize the connection until now lmao

  • Dream
    Dream 5 meses atrás +16

    4:07 Amazing that they included a Whale Fall (ecosystem phenomena) in the background just as a detail.
    A lot of people know next to nothing about that in the first place. Super cool.

    • Diego Trejos
      Diego Trejos 13 dias atrás

      @plenty ol' soup The final resting place of a whale can be a treasure trove for small marine animals, the decomposing mat and bones creates a cornucopia of sea snow. Search whale corpses in youtube and perhaps you will see what i mean.

    • plenty ol' soup
      plenty ol' soup 20 dias atrás

      I've never heard of it, what is it?

  • Beatriz R
    Beatriz R 2 anos atrás +2567

    This whole channel is mind blowing to me. The art, the music, the narrative, the ambience. Everything is perfect. I get goosebumps every single time. Masterpieces, all of their videos.

  • Birdwatcher77
    Birdwatcher77 5 meses atrás +1

    I love the oceans so much. I’ve always been a fan of highly extreme conditions as they foster such interesting life, things we could hardly imagine. People spend so much of their time speculating about alien life when little do they realize that it’s right on our planet, thousands of meters down.

  • Mike Sargsyan
    Mike Sargsyan 2 meses atrás

    Very interesting video.
    What especially struck my attention was the fact that plastic bags were found at the bottom of the deepest place on Earth. I think it is especially important to start concentrating on finding ways to clean all that plastic. Nonetheless, such issue currently appears to be an insurmountable challenge, barring the development of a microbe or nanotechnology that can swarm the ocean and clean it. The video made me feel anxious about the future of the ocean and all marine animals inhabitating the water depths of the planet.

  • Peter Baumgart
    Peter Baumgart 11 meses atrás +8

    Very informative and well done. But the "cars on top of you" (or eventually the elephants) is misleading, as the pressure is isostatic, i.e. not just "on top of you," but coming at you from all possible directions. And since your body is largely incompressible (like the water around you there), you might be able to swim. If you don't try to breathe, I guess. There is a world of complications with that of course. (Even if you breathe compressed gas, as they do up to 300 m deep, it will still lead to all kinds of complications. A kilobar is hard to deal with when you have lungs.)

  • memga
    memga 6 meses atrás +3

    I remember this one party when I was younger where my friend invited me and some other kids to come play some video games. Turned out, we were much more interested in watching your videos so we sat on the couch and like binged 10 episodes. Stay awesome ❤️

  • brenton wang
    brenton wang Anos atrás +6705

    Props to the animators who had to google what the deep sea fish looked like to animate them

    • Wasim Akram
      Wasim Akram 2 meses atrás +1

      I was thinking the same!

    • Rishabh Sharma
      Rishabh Sharma 3 meses atrás

      @Sky for most of the ppl, deep ocean and it's creatures are scary as hell

    • Nithin 8B
      Nithin 8B 4 meses atrás

      @Wonder Of U goldeen?

    • MB
      MB 8 meses atrás

      @Arnestashio And Ponyo's mother too.

    • Zylnex xd
      Zylnex xd Anos atrás

      @iamnotanorange nope. They have experts

  • Nova
    Nova 5 meses atrás +1

    I was always extremely interested in the Twilight Zone since a little kid, and by the life down there. It makes me want to go down there.

  • Earther Nut
    Earther Nut 10 meses atrás +5

    Thanks a lot! This is officially the most sensible video on deep-sea creatures.

  • The Anti-Guide
    The Anti-Guide 10 meses atrás +1

    Re-watching this video makes me wonder, if we say it is possible, what would be the best way to put a deep sea base in the Hadal Zone or Challenger Deep

  • A Sophie Z
    A Sophie Z 11 meses atrás +2

    I heard once that the ocean has been explored only in 3% and we now know many things about dark holes, worm holes, machines in Mars and all that space stuff. What did they find in the deep ocean that stopped them from searching?

  • Mr Mercury
    Mr Mercury 5 meses atrás

    I like how this wasn’t structured like a science video but more like a story, while still teaching me about the deep

  • Jurassics
    Jurassics 7 meses atrás +7

    Cool video. As you mentioned plastic bags on the bottom of the deepest deep. I wonder if you could maybe talk about how we may go about cleaning all that plastic out again. Something that at least for me seems as an impossible task, unless we manage to create a micro organism or nano tech that can swarm the ocean and delitter it.

    • Waltuh • 2.3b views • 3 seconds ago.....
      Waltuh • 2.3b views • 3 seconds ago..... Mês atrás

      @Jurassics that could probably work, there's a possibility it coule stop working underwater but what's one robot matter, very easy to clean up, it also doesn't need functions to access weapons or attack anything so i don't see anyway it murders humanity lol

    • Jurassics
      Jurassics Mês atrás

      @Waltuh • 2.3b views • 3 seconds ago..... I agree. Not a good solution. And it would probably just end up inside all the living things in the ocean. How about slightly larger robots of some kind. Filtering out plastic and resurfacing for emptying. Underwater Wall-E

    • Waltuh • 2.3b views • 3 seconds ago.....
      Waltuh • 2.3b views • 3 seconds ago..... Mês atrás +1

      That would probably be too risky, could become a grey goo nanobot or something like that

  • Snek
    Snek 7 meses atrás +1

    If I could, I'd genuinely prefer to just explore the midnight zone for a long time, so dark and peaceful

  • SpaceLadJack
    SpaceLadJack 3 meses atrás

    I want to become an astronaut someday, though one of my biggest fears is the ocean.
    The other is heights, ironically enough.

  • Pablo
    Pablo 3 anos atrás +1445

    Just imagine if this guys did a film, or a documentary, it would be wonderful

    • AyZix - Polytopia
      AyZix - Polytopia 3 anos atrás

      Stanislav Kotzev Because the second Blue Planet season is on the oceans and it’s related to the video.

    • Marlon Moncrieffe
      Marlon Moncrieffe 3 anos atrás

      James Cameron already did; 2005's 'Aliens of the Deep.'

    • The Right Circle
      The Right Circle 3 anos atrás

      *I worked my as/s off to create an animation about Chernobyl. Please, help me to get a feedback! I would really appreciate it. Thank you *

    • Paul Ward
      Paul Ward 3 anos atrás

      Well these are all documentaries of a sorts, but I agree

    • Stanislav Kotzev
      Stanislav Kotzev 3 anos atrás +1

      This is both of them, tho? What are you even on about?

  • Ромарио #22
    Ромарио #22 Anos atrás +2

    I love what you do and hope you continue doing what you’re doing love your videos (:

  • A Giant Flying Shark
    A Giant Flying Shark 5 meses atrás +1

    Being a shark, I can confirm it’s too dark and it’s extremely hard to get prey down here
    I had no choice but to move away to the surface and fly
    It’s very convenient up here and I can enjoy fresh human meat from above

    • Zero
      Zero 3 meses atrás

      human meat?

  • Juan Jose
    Juan Jose 11 meses atrás +79

    "The deepest scuba dive ever came at 332 meters"
    Subnautica players:
    Pathetic

  • GamerShy Uncut
    GamerShy Uncut Anos atrás +1

    That's just.. disgusting, to know even in places that we barely know, there's already pollution from us. Sadly, even if every person on the planet knew that, it wouldn't change a thing, they'd keep doing the same things they already do, and just make it worse, hell, some people would even see it as a "challenge" to make it even worse.

  • stormi
    stormi 3 anos atrás +2891

    Imagine if Kurzgesagt did an hour long documentary-- I'd listen to his voice for hours lol (I've been notified that the voice behind Kurzgesagt is Steve Tylor.)

    • Inew V50
      Inew V50 Anos atrás

      All I can imagine is how u would drool for an hour long without learning new.

    • Mark Garcia-Wilson🇺🇦
      Mark Garcia-Wilson🇺🇦 Anos atrás +1

      @Angel Varela why it was a cool vid

    • Mega Byte
      Mega Byte 3 anos atrás

      "...help your landlady carry out her garbage..."

    • Black Hole
      Black Hole 3 anos atrás

      Bruh, that would be a dream come true!

    • Abeiku Darkwa
      Abeiku Darkwa 3 anos atrás

      please actually do this kurzgesagt

  • Fairuz Shahirah Merican
    Fairuz Shahirah Merican Anos atrás +1

    Species mentioned in this video:
    Phytoplankton
    Plankton
    Siphonophore
    Sperm whale
    Giant squid
    Viperfish
    Vampire squid
    Frilled shark
    Dumbo Octopus
    Grenadier fish
    Ethereal snailfish
    Sea cucumber
    Others:
    Dragonfish
    Barreleye fish
    Benthocodon
    Black Seadevil
    Anglerfish
    Goblin Shark
    Marine Hatchetfish
    Telescope Octopus

  • Dom Jonah
    Dom Jonah 9 meses atrás

    This is why i think nature has consciousness. Coming up with a simple invention like bio-luminescent chemicals to help marine life see. That takes a certain amount of thought doesn't it?

  • The Nether Lord
    The Nether Lord 4 meses atrás +1

    i love the music used. sets the ambiance really well. also damn props to the animators for making that bioluminescence!

  • Tharul Thathsilu
    Tharul Thathsilu Anos atrás +7

    If you pay attention at 0:50, you can see that they have accurately shown 90% at the surface and 10% at the bottom. They have taken 90/100 as 18/20. You can see 18 fish at the surface of the water and 2 at the bottom...

  • Michael TNK
    Michael TNK 3 anos atrás +4361

    Imagine swimming above the Mariana Trench, and knowing what’s below you

    • Rane Brown
      Rane Brown 4 meses atrás

      I don't think I will imaging this, thanks

    • Pocket Marcy
      Pocket Marcy 7 meses atrás

      @Dynesius oh wow a Northern Mariner, didn’t think we had many of those on BRclip, what’s it like there?

    • Totality
      Totality Anos atrás

      you'd drown before you even got to a decent depth

    • Creature From The Backrooms
      Creature From The Backrooms Anos atrás

      Big worms that hug you

    • Telesto727
      Telesto727 Anos atrás

      The fearsome plastic bag

  • saba sonishvili
    saba sonishvili 4 meses atrás +1

    I hope you aren't overworking yourselves guys. thank you so much for everything, take your time

  • Being positive is the key to success.

    From designer babies, to viruses to the deep sea, and beyond keep them coming 👌🏼

  • HeyThereMister
    HeyThereMister 10 meses atrás +7

    I remember in second grade, me and my class studied the ocean and each of us studied a specific sea creature in it. The way we did the ocean is the start of the classroom (near the door) was the shallowest zone, and the further from the door you went, the deeper into the ocean you got- And at the end in a closet like indent in the room was the deepest zone, and we had painted jellyfish and stuff in glow in the dark paint then used a black light to make them glow
    ’Twas fun

  • Rory FrithTheTraveller
    Rory FrithTheTraveller 11 meses atrás +1

    outstanding animation as usual, i got the extra shudders from this since i just started playing Subnautica too 🤣
    the cultural references were [chefs kiss] too :L

  • Caleb Bunch
    Caleb Bunch Anos atrás +5937

    “At 330 meters, the pressure is high enough to get crushed”
    Subnautica players: “Those are rookie numbers”

    • ThatOneLeaf
      ThatOneLeaf 20 dias atrás

      @Rat with a gun *laughs at the furthest you go in the Deadzone is 4837 meters before being teleported back to spawn*

    • ThatOneLeaf
      ThatOneLeaf 20 dias atrás

      @KayZee Is that crying about kids genuinely liking video games to the point they can joke and reference the games, I hear? Oh no! What will we do?

    • ThatOneLeaf
      ThatOneLeaf 20 dias atrás

      @Rene Städtler You do realize there is a fabricator and fucking radiation suit like they expect anything really on the Aurora so who is to say they didn't chose to have a suit built for deep diving on ocean planets? also you say the suit is thin af look at the rad suit it's the same but you aren't complaining about that like honestly.

    • Caesar
      Caesar Mês atrás

      @Sincerely, Theo yeah, true

  • EnsignGeneric
    EnsignGeneric 9 meses atrás +1

    Shout out to the scientists who kept finding deeper parts of the ocean and had to come up with new ways to say "Place Where It Is Dark".

  • Areno
    Areno 8 meses atrás +1

    The animation on this one is so damn good I actually feel bad for not having to pay to watch

  • S N I F F, S N I F F M Y N O S E SMELLS F E A R

    Duck: Gets to midnight zone
    Reaper leviathan: wanna hug?

    • Obi Wan Kenobi
      Obi Wan Kenobi 11 meses atrás

      _Insert a roar and rapid beeping here_

    • Fragment
      Fragment Anos atrás

      Subnautica fan

    • Sree
      Sree Anos atrás +8

      I lost my shit when sea dragon leviathan started breathing out fire under water

    • S N I F F, S N I F F M Y N O S E SMELLS F E A R
      S N I F F, S N I F F M Y N O S E SMELLS F E A R Anos atrás +1

      @coolcow 5They also live at the dunes and the mountains, both of them being pretty deep biomes

    • coolcow 5
      coolcow 5 Anos atrás

      The reaper leviathan lives at the surface bro

  • Giovanni Fiorillo
    Giovanni Fiorillo 9 meses atrás

    I love all the mons you guys have hidden throughout your videos. Excellent touch

  • Tejsh Desai
    Tejsh Desai 2 anos atrás +2655

    What’s crazy is that The Challenger Deep is probably not even the deepest point. It’s only the deepest point that we have discovered, and we’ve only explored 5% of all the oceans. So there’s gotta be a place that’s even deeper.

    • Lucas Crc
      Lucas Crc 4 meses atrás

      Maybe not

    • ghost2131
      ghost2131 4 meses atrás

      @Ryan Mahoney I appreciate it

    • Ryan Mahoney
      Ryan Mahoney 4 meses atrás

      @ghost2131
      I know this is two years late but that profile pic is just 😏

    • Daniel Laurin
      Daniel Laurin 5 meses atrás

      We mapped the entire ocean :(

  • Yesh
    Yesh Anos atrás +1

    Going to space seems like so optimistic compared diving to the deep ocean

  • AMIRe KHISS
    AMIRe KHISS 8 meses atrás

    Some of the best content creation I’ve seen in my life ❤️

  • Tash mehz
    Tash mehz 4 meses atrás

    i love how you make the design I love the little little details you give

  • Changewing Kid
    Changewing Kid 10 meses atrás

    I like how you made the frilled shark look slightly intimidating

  • Mysterious Figure
    Mysterious Figure 3 anos atrás +3826

    Something I’m surprised I don’t see more comments about is the amazing soundtrack you guys used, the music is so calm and soothing yet mysterious and vast.

    • Occasional Art
      Occasional Art 2 anos atrás +2

      They apparently compose all their music themselves

    • DedSecWD MY
      DedSecWD MY 2 anos atrás

      i know it but i just cannot remember to mention it

    • Arsham
      Arsham 3 anos atrás +2

      Just like the sea

    • Cain Sumner
      Cain Sumner 3 anos atrás

      I’m drunk and it’s making me so calm imma fall esleep

    • Prime
      Prime 3 anos atrás +1

      Thank you all for the kind words

  • Ashley Jenkins
    Ashley Jenkins 9 meses atrás

    I have A HUGE fear of the deep sea but some how love sitting by the water and watching it on BRclip 😂🤔

  • Jaydispo
    Jaydispo 11 meses atrás +1

    I love how you explain these videos it makes them so interesting

  • Torin O'Connor
    Torin O'Connor Anos atrás +1

    Scuba divers can only go so far but submarines can go even farther!

  • 김병준
    김병준 10 meses atrás

    우리는 아직까지 지구에 대해서도 모르는 부분이 참 많죠. 많은 곳들을 정복하고 해답들을 얻어냈지만, 심해는 아직 알지 못하는 것들이 많은 것 같아요. 재미있는 영상이었습니다

  • RCP
    RCP 3 anos atrás +425

    This might be one of Kurzgesagt´s best videos yet. Mainly because they let the audience be a part of this journey.
    They always say something like "WE have arrived our destination". They also show certain parts of the video from inside the submarine, which really feels like that I´m sitting inside, if I´m in fullscreen mode! It´s like I´m part of this adventure. Its awesome! Please, please do this more often!

    • Jordan Jamison
      Jordan Jamison 3 anos atrás

      that's what he just said

    • Igor Baran
      Igor Baran 3 anos atrás +3

      Yes, he's using collective nouns ie "We, us" to make the viewer feel involved. In this case it's a journey.

    • Utamakun IND
      Utamakun IND 3 anos atrás +2

      Agree

  • DRvince07
    DRvince07 Anos atrás +18

    The crazy part is …the challenger deep may not even be the deepest ocean floor

  • K4KK0II
    K4KK0II Anos atrás +1

    Thanks! Looks like virual diving in a real deep-sea

  • Ever García
    Ever García Anos atrás +2

    A video of incomprehensible quality. Thank you.

  • Mariem Maharek
    Mariem Maharek 5 meses atrás

    Well i see that the ocean doesn't have an ending that we can actually discover still the video was amazing and brilliant as always of course

  • ドリームランドastral
    ドリームランドastral Anos atrás +4307

    imagine that plastic bag you threw out 2 years ago after shopping is now literally chilling in the challenger deep

    • Strazdas
      Strazdas 2 meses atrás

      Better in marriana desert than a landfil.

    • liam
      liam 5 meses atrás

      @pipluplover nah man I'd be proud if my plastic bag and be like: i raised that plastic bag

    • VostoBall
      VostoBall 6 meses atrás

      lol

    • Havok259
      Havok259 6 meses atrás +1

      @I like apples well then, just go to the challenger deep and get it.

    • -inactive-
      -inactive- Anos atrás +1

      I hope we find a resource that's less lethal and equally convenient as plastic

  • Hongjin Zhang
    Hongjin Zhang 6 meses atrás +2

    Shout out to the fishes and animals in this video, amazing acting!

  • Steven James
    Steven James 7 meses atrás

    I can't believe how much more densely packed the 'atmosphere' of the ocean is that it would be like balancing over a thousand elephants on your head at the bottom. Lmao air is light af in comparison

  • PartTimeLazy
    PartTimeLazy 7 meses atrás

    Funny how going down is like a maze to find the ravines that take you into the final dive and leaving is as easy as *up.*

  • Jose Chung FrOm oUtEr SpAcE

    nice video! i wonder if any scientist has taken one of those 30cm shrimp from the depths of the ocean and brought them up to the top of the ocean? those shrimp would probaby be like a superman shrimp LOL swimming 50mph and be kicking sharks asses all over the top!

  • Sciencerely
    Sciencerely 3 anos atrás +487

    As a human biologist, I cannot emphasise enough how important the discovery of new organisms in the sea is. To give you an example, studies on the jellyfish Aequorea victoria has enabled us to isolate the green fluorescent protein (GFP), which, as the name suggests, exhibits bright green fluorescence. Today, we wildly fuse GFP with other proteins in order to make them visible and observe processes in cells. GFP is so wildly used today that its discovery has been awarded with the 2008 Nobel Prize in Chemistry (would love to make a video about the applications of this bright protein). Who knows what else we could find in the deep sea? Feel free to ask anything about that topic (or stem cells, since I am conducting research in this field)!

    • Zlx
      Zlx Anos atrás

      @Sciencerely What's your opinion or analysis of the progress in repairing damaged hearing, the infamous Tinnitus? Do you think stem cell research could have a role in this?

    • Sciencerely
      Sciencerely 3 anos atrás

      @Jimmy Mavros Great comments, you just made my day brighter!

    • Sciencerely
      Sciencerely 3 anos atrás

      @Lucio Yuen Sounds great! However, I am not an expert in Ecology and, therefore, cannot tell you if there are any legal restrictions in doing such investigations.

    • Sciencerely
      Sciencerely 3 anos atrás

      @J Sal Sounds like a fun experiment to me! This process is called transformation (the introduction of plasmids into bacteria). There are different ways to introduce plasmids into bacteria, but I guess that you used chemically-competent E. coli and a heat-shock method (this involves ice). This is often done in laboratories all over the world!

    • Sciencerely
      Sciencerely 3 anos atrás

      @Paddy Lawn Theoretically, sure. We just need to find a way to integrate the gene encoding for GFP into the genome of the right cells and express it. Although this sounds easy in theory, however, it is very difficult (we would consider it as gene therapy if you want to read more)

  • Samuel Davenport
    Samuel Davenport Anos atrás

    So the Mariana trench is the lowest point we've found so far, right? Does that mean it's the actual deepest point? Like how much has this been really scoped out?

  • Mel
    Mel 28 dias atrás

    I had goosebumps the whole video, I'm terrified of the sea and this was so hard to watch even with the cute animation 😵‍💫

  • Keegan Lepine
    Keegan Lepine 11 meses atrás +1

    A desert is an area of land that receives no more than 25 centimetres of rainfall a year, so technically the bottom of the ocean is a desert.

  • Jules
    Jules 11 meses atrás +1

    can you make a video on Persian mythology? or ancient Persian history in general? its a very old country with fascinating history, I count on you to learn more on anything and everything there is!

  • Patrick Star
    Patrick Star 3 anos atrás +16523

    you guys out did yourselves on the animation this time around.

    • Alex Cole
      Alex Cole 6 meses atrás

      I feel like it gets a lot better with every video

    • The Blunderkegs
      The Blunderkegs 6 meses atrás

      @Rodi Doesburg lilleep!!!

    • Super Dennis
      Super Dennis 9 meses atrás

      I looked on how they made the animation this impressive.This is one of my favorites.

    • Jonathan Dawson
      Jonathan Dawson 10 meses atrás

      Very true

    • Hani Alamin
      Hani Alamin 10 meses atrás

      They always do. Thats why i Iove this channel. The commentary and animations is amazing

  • Alex Bryant
    Alex Bryant Mês atrás +2

    “Sometimes the world feels..boring”
    -Kurzgesagt, circa 2019
    Dammit guys look what you did..

  • LegendaryTomatoBird
    LegendaryTomatoBird 2 meses atrás +1

    I like the Pokémon references in the Coral reef bit. Great job Kurzgesagt!

  • Samson K J
    Samson K J 6 meses atrás +1

    Isn't it obvious about what's at the bottom of the Mariana trench?
    It is obviously the immortal dude who went there for a swim but got trapped there as muscles need oxygen and pressure stopped him in place.

  • Rachel Jensen
    Rachel Jensen 3 meses atrás

    Forget aliens from outer space attacking. Imagine if deep sea creatures adapted and left the oceans. Now, that would be terrifying

  • KingQwertzlbrmpf
    KingQwertzlbrmpf Anos atrás +620

    One thing you forgot to mention that's incredibly interesting is brine pools. Brine pools are literal lakes below the sea. They contain water with an extremly high salinity and actual have a distinct surface towards the ocean. Brine pools are so incredibly saline that most fish that enter them die almost immedietly. Except hagfish. Hagfish don't give a flying fuck about the salinity of the brine pool and use them as personal hiding spots. But the most interesting thing about brine pools is that each and every one of them has a unique composition and a unique fauna of microorganisms that exist only at that particular brine pool.

    • L G
      L G 12 dias atrás

      Brine pools are just incredibly cool. You have inspired me to find an educational video on them.

    • Grez Verde
      Grez Verde 18 dias atrás

      Goo Lagoon

    • Priyanshu Janrao
      Priyanshu Janrao 2 meses atrás +3

      "don't u mean Swiming fuck?" I'll lead myself outta the door

    • Marius Tan
      Marius Tan 2 meses atrás +1

      @Gilvin Zalsos ikr that's what I thought of when I heard this

    • Gilvin Zalsos
      Gilvin Zalsos 3 meses atrás +12

      I Imagine that’s where Goo Lagoon from Spongebob is located at

  • Eyüp Yılmaz
    Eyüp Yılmaz Anos atrás +2

    "Plastic bags that were found by scientists in 2018."
    And for a moment I was trying so hard to remember if we were using plastic bags before 2018 lol.

  • Warch
    Warch Anos atrás +33

    *so you're all tingly now and want to do some exploring.*
    Me: I don't wanna go near the ocean again.

  • John Mckenna
    John Mckenna 11 meses atrás

    Question? If one were to bring an animal from the deepest part of the ocean would they explode giving the massive differences in pressure?

    • Pure-Unadulterated-Animation
      Pure-Unadulterated-Animation 11 meses atrás

      No because they would just die of the higher temperature, high pressure animals seem to be immune to low pressures. Which is odd

  • aria
    aria 4 meses atrás +1

    We as a species love this topic. WE WANT MOREEEE

  • Markus S
    Markus S 3 anos atrás +278

    Kurzgesagt - One of the few channels with such a high quality that I'd prefer quantity rather than improvements

    • NASAfrogs GAMING
      NASAfrogs GAMING Anos atrás

      @Jacob 1 true

    • Jacob 1
      Jacob 1 3 anos atrás +4

      Yeah but quantity = lower quality or shorter videos

  • Prod1gy_DX
    Prod1gy_DX 11 meses atrás +1

    Kurzgesagt: talks about how one species of fish leads to another being eaten time and again
    Me: “there’s always a bigger fish” 🐟

  • Bright
    Bright 9 meses atrás

    I'm a diver and I have to say one of the most beautiful things down under the sea is right above you its called the snell's window

  • Nila .P.S
    Nila .P.S 4 meses atrás +1

    The world is never boring when kurzgesagt is around.

  • Simon Johansen
    Simon Johansen 7 meses atrás

    so much deep sea wildllife is even weirder than what most science-fiction authors can dream up

  • Z shorts
    Z shorts Anos atrás +3

    Kurzgesagt: oceans are far deep then we thought
    Also kurzgesagt:
    *reach at the top in only 5 seconds*

  • Burnt Toast
    Burnt Toast 3 meses atrás

    The fact that we know more about space than our own oceans

  • Swooosh
    Swooosh Anos atrás +1

    9:12
    "There are other things floating elegantly through the water"
    me: "oh wow a jellyfish?"
    "Plastic bags"
    me: "oh.."

  • Wildmeri-_-i Plays DBD

    Can you do a video on filling the deserts with sand?

  • Iliuta Adrian
    Iliuta Adrian 3 anos atrás +1654

    I swear the quality of these videos is only getting better

    • kukul roukul
      kukul roukul 2 anos atrás

      its ...the best you can get

    • John Mullane
      John Mullane 3 anos atrás

      @J K that's a fact lmao

    • J K
      J K 3 anos atrás +2

      Better than public schools.

    • Cheddre
      Cheddre 3 anos atrás +1

      and theyre getting more and more frequent

    • John Mullane
      John Mullane 3 anos atrás +2

      I would say they've been really good for the past few years now, no?

  • Epiktom
    Epiktom Anos atrás +12

    Things living in challenger Deep is the epitome of "Life, uh, finds a way."

    • MeMe Simp
      MeMe Simp Anos atrás

      Plastic bag: ima end this mans whole career

  • Dunv Vjfdxc
    Dunv Vjfdxc 9 meses atrás

    These videos have helped me a lot with everything in my life

  • Sage Elliott
    Sage Elliott Anos atrás +58

    1:32
    There are 4 pokemon in the same frame, maybe 5. I don't know if the one above the big turtle is a pokemon. I love how Kurzgesagt includes references!

    • Michael Stone
      Michael Stone 10 meses atrás

      There's a kyogre swimming upwards in the middle left side just above the reef

    • Alex Lio
      Alex Lio 10 meses atrás +1

      At 2:29 I saw Lugia's shadow swim by in the bottom right corner

    • Daisy x
      Daisy x Anos atrás +6

      at 1:50 you see ponyo’s mother!!

    • G.G.
      G.G. Anos atrás

      @sparrow ooh yeah i see them all! Thx for pointing out the ludvisc :)

    • sparrow
      sparrow Anos atrás +5

      There is a cradily (the one above the turtle), a goldeen, a qwilfish, a corsola and a horsea! Then a couple of seconds later there are a school of luvdisc (including a shiny)

  • Jon Hart
    Jon Hart Anos atrás

    Only a few special subs have been down there, the distance they can cover is extremely small. I've heard everytime they go down they discover new life.. love to actually see more if it. If I was a billionaire I would make a ton of camera drones just to go down there and film.

  • A Duck
    A Duck Anos atrás +1103

    I wish there were more movies set in the deep sea. It's such a cool setting with so much potential.

    • The Raul Guerrero G
      The Raul Guerrero G 7 meses atrás

      Deep star six, Leviathan.

    • ldc1808 case
      ldc1808 case 7 meses atrás

      Try subnautica. Very terrifying and fun video game.

    • Jules Lariosa
      Jules Lariosa Anos atrás

      not a movie, but there's a game called "Narcosis" (if i can remember) that's set in the deep sea. Basically the plot is your submarine crashed, everyone is dead or missing, and you have to get back to the surface alone. But i think it was more of a psychological horror. I loved that game for the plot, but the deep sea creatures were kind of repetitive.

    • Varun Gupta
      Varun Gupta Anos atrás

      i think it's better off without them .. them corporate people will start making machines and what not to exploit these regions as well to make them tourist spots

    • Some_Doofus
      Some_Doofus Anos atrás

      The second Avatar movie coming out next year is meant to be set primarily underwater

  • Broku S
    Broku S 10 meses atrás +1

    People: Finally, we've reached the lowest depths of the ocean!
    Plastic Bag: Thank god! I'M SAVED! Wait here, I need to tell the others!

  • Tide iz Bored
    Tide iz Bored Mês atrás

    as a fan of hte octonauts, i feel like the deep sea is underrated. it's basically space, but you arrive on a dangerous place with many monster-like creatures.

  • AWESOMENESS
    AWESOMENESS 6 meses atrás

    I was waiting for a *"Detecting multiple leviathan class lifeforms in the region. Are you certain whatever you're doing is worth it?"*

  • Darknight Wolf
    Darknight Wolf 11 meses atrás

    It is curious the fact that the deeper we go the scarier the creatures become

  • Churrasco du pão
    Churrasco du pão Anos atrás +1

    I can barely imagine this things are not only draws in a video, but it exist in real life.