media reports of a plastic bag and candy wrappers lying on the world\'s deepest ocean floor may not be true
The team said they planned to do the same test in the creatures collected during the expedition The American explorer thinks he discovered the human-trench to see if they contain any plastic ingredients. Waste lying on the deepest bottom of the world, but we may never know what this object is, but since he cannot retrieve it, we never know what it is Several media outlets, including National Geographic and the BBC, reported that American explorer Victor Viscovo found a plastic bag and candy wrapping paper in a record -- Break the submarine into the Mariana Trench, known as the deepest ocean pocket in the world. However, Vescovo said they were still under investigation. \"I saw a piece of human pollution at the bottom, but it\'s not clear what it is,\" he said in an email statement . \". \"There seems to be a letter printed on it, probably plastic, but we are still investigating it. I don\'t see plastic shopping bags or candy wrappers. Former Navy officer Viscovo found the man. According to a news statement released on Monday, waste was generated after falling into a deep-sea pocket of 10,927. While the statement included details of the voyage, which included four dives into the deep sea From April, the trench did not mention the waste found on the floor in three weeks. A triangle object is highlighted in the upper right corner of the still object in the video. While it hasn\'t been confirmed whether it\'s plastic, Stephanie fitzhebert confirmed it\'s a bit like a man --waste. A screenshot of the Atlantic movie \"Vescovo landing on the ocean soil\" video clip does point out that an unknown object is on a barren land --looking floor. This object is very small, the shape is triangular and looks the same color as the ground. Garbage has never been recycled, so it\'s hard to know if it\'s really a plastic bag, but this finding still shows that everything is not so good at the bottom of the world\'s oceans. In 2018, the researchers combed the database of photos and videos of previous dives and found the deepest evidence in the world --known waste —a plastic bag — According to the findings released in the same year, at the Mariana Trench. Of all the debris found in the database, plastic is the most common type of garbage. Marine life swims around part of the diving Lander and is illuminated by light from the submarine DSV limiting factor at the bottom of the Mariana Trench. The Tamara StubbsA study, released in February 2019, tested two-legged animals from six deep seas. Trench and everything was found to contain micro plastic. The team at Vescovo found a variety of new species on an underwater expedition and collected samples. According to CNN, the team plans to test the samples to check how much plastic species under water may have taken in. Vescovo\'s dive is the first of four dives in the deep sea Starting at the end of April, the three-week period is known as the challenger abyss. Previously, the deepest dive was measured by the United States at more than 10,912 metres. S. Navy Lieutenant Don Walsh and Swiss engineer Jacques Picard, 1960 A graphic that explains the history of human exploration of the Mariana Trench. Graphic NewsMovie director James Cameron created his own submarine in 2012, known as the deep sea challenger, and tried to take risks on his own after reaching a depth of 10,908. Vescovo\'s adventure in the Mariana Trench also marks his fourth undersea expedition and his fifth visit here -- Next, he will explore Morley deep in the Arctic Ocean, the lightest of the five oceans, only 5,669 metres away. \"We feel like we \'ve just created, validated and opened a powerful door to discover and access anywhere, anytime in the ocean -- \"This is 90 cents unexplored,\" says Vescovo . \".