What is the deepest trench in the Philippines?
The Emden Deep, also known as the Galathea Deep or Galathea Depth, is the portion of the 10,540-metre-deep (34,580 ft) Philippine Trench exceeding 6,000-metre (20,000 ft) depths in the south-western Pacific Ocean.
Which is the deepest trench in the world?
The recently named Factorian Deep, located at the southern end of the trench, is 7432 m deep.
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What did they find in the Emden deep?
Strange plants, neon sea creatures, maybe even aliens? In the Emden Deep, however, marine scientist Deo Onda found a teddy bear. “We saw it from the window [of the submersible]. First we saw eyes and thought it was a creature, but no, it was a teddy bear,” Onda told VICE.