The Mariana Trench, which is the deepest point on earth with a depth of 11 thousand meters in the Pacific Ocean and is home to many living things, is seen as one of the scariest spots in the world. The details of the Mariana Trench, which is even more deep than Everest, are quite interesting. The finding of the pit, which is thought to have survived even the creatures with information about extinction, is also based on an interesting discovery.
In the Pacific Ocean, in 1951, a research ship dropped 1 kilogram of metal probe into the water. The Mariana Trench, which was discovered after it took 1 hour for the mass to descend to the bottom, is the deepest point on earth with a depth of 11 thousand meters.
This depth is even greater than the highest point in the world, Everest. In this eerie pit are frightening creatures known as the scientifically recorded Goblin shark, Ax fish, fan-finned sea devil, also known as the lighthouse.
The giant Megalodon sharks, which were thought to have gone extinct 2.5 million years ago, are also thought to still exist here.
In 2012, the famous Canadian film director James Cameron managed to get down to the pit alone in a 4-hour journey.
Cemil Cakır, who was on duty on the merchant ship in 2013, fell to the place where the Mariana pit was and has not been heard from for 10 years since that day.