New Invention Keeps Deep-Sea Creatures Alive at Surface | National Geographic


A new pressurized chamber designed by the California Academy of Sciences and Monterey Bay Aquarium can now transport fish safely from the deep-sea to the surface.
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This is the Submersible Chamber of Ascending Specimen, or SubCAS for short. It’s a pressurized chamber designed to safely bring deep-sea fish to the surface. When deep-dwelling fish ascend several hundred feet, the change in pressure damages their swim bladders. The SubCAS works to correct this rapid change in pressure. Scientist will now be able to study these previously hard-to-reach fish in a controlled environment.

Read more in “This Invention Helps Deep-Dwelling Fish Journey to the Surface”

New Invention Keeps Deep-Sea Creatures Alive at Surface | National Geographic

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