The Social Climber: World's Deepest Fish Found
title: World's Deepest Fish Found in Mariana Trench
text: An underwater voyage has found an unidentified species of fish more than 5 miles down -- deeper than any other fish has ever been found before.
The white, translucent fish, found in early December in the Mariana Trench below the Pacific Ocean, was 8,145 meters, or about five miles, below the surface, breaking the previous record of 7,700 meters set in 2011 by the pink gelatinous snailfish in the Japan Trench of the Pacific Ocean by almost 500 meters, or 1,640 feet. The species has not yet been identified.
"We're pretty confident it's a snailfish," Dr. Alan Jamieson from the Oceanlab at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland told ABC News. "Not that we know. It's a new species."
title: Idris Elba to Be Next James Bond?
text: Will Idris Elba be the next James Bond? If Sony Picture Entertainment co-chairman Amy Pascal has her way, he just might.
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