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This experience is for the visual learners that thrive from an immersive experience. The most essential information is distrubuted among digital interactions. Find fun facts and hang with creatures along the way. This is learning brought to life.

Marianas Trench is broken down into four zones. Each zone contains ubiquitous creatures, specific temperatures, and pressure levels. As the user goes deeper into the trench, the darker it gets.

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Squid — The Squid has a weapon of it’s own, being able to camouflage to hide from predators and shooting ink to distract their predators. Angler Fish — This fish is known for being a predator. The light on it’s head is a
                growth that acts as a lure to attract it’s pray. Shrimp — These little creatures are common and can be found in many different
                places. Although Shrimp are mostly found on the sea floor. Aside from
                your plate, Shrimp serve as a crucial food source for larger creatures
                such as whales and sharks. Black Swalloper — This beast is able to eat pray that’s even larger than itself, accompany this ability is the lower jaw extending past the upper jaw and grinding teeth.
Marin Hatchetfish — This creature has a leg up in it’s predators by from able to escape them with their ultra blinding bioluminescent photophores. Flounder Fish — This unique deep sea creature has not one, but two eyes on one side of
                it’s face. This sort of uniqueness occurs through the process that's
                called metamorphisis. This means their eyes can move back to the other
                side of it’s head. This helps the Flounder see as it lays flat on the
                ground to hide from predators. Marin Hatchetfish — This creature has little tiny photosphores along it’s body that allows it to create light in the dark ocean. Goblin Shark — This long creature is known as the “Living Fossil” as it comes from a
                long lineage of 125 million years old. The Goblin Shark ranges from
                three to four meters long and can sense their pray from electric field
                sensing thanks to it’s ampullae of Lorenzini.