The ocean has a wide range of depths. In the ocean there are five zones. The first is the sunlit zone, it is know for manta rays, sharks, sea lions, sea turtles, and seals. This is the top zone, 0-656 feet deep, with the most amount of sunlight allowing tons of plants to grow. The second zone is the twilight zone ,656-3,280 feet deep, known for it's jellyfish, octopuses, and squid. This zone only has dim light and no plants grow here. The third zone being 3,280-13,123 feet deep is the midnight zone. Hence it's name it is pitch black and doesn't get any sunlight at all. It is know for it's viper fish, angler fish, snipe eel, and tripod fish. The next zone is the abyss and is 13,123-19,685 feet deep. The abyss is often used to describe the deep sea in general. The abyss zone is far down in the ocean. Known for it's sea spiders, blind shrimp, and hag fish. Most creatures living here lack a backbone.