We have completely acknowledged maps for pretty much everything in our Solar System—the Moon, Mars, even Uranus. Be that as it may one spot we've scarcely mapped out at all is closer to us than any planet or satellite—the sea depths. Notwithstanding just being a couple of miles far from us, we've just figured out how to guide about five percent of our planet's ocean bottom, formally making it a greater riddle than even Pluto.
Indisputably the deepest piece of our sea, the Mariana Trench, is a greater number of acclaimed than whatever remains of the sea floor, however in any case we know beside nothing about it. At near seven miles (11 km) profound, and with in excess of 1,000 times the water weight found adrift level, set down there to take pictures and compose a guide is similar to suicide.
However on account of advanced innovation, and a couple of daring souls who gambled a smashing demise with a specific end goal to investigate the trench, we do know a couple of things about what's down there. So in case you're ever in the state of mind for an option travel, this is what you may discover when going to the Mariana Trench: