This top layer of the ocean is where most life is found. This photic zone of the pelagic division of the ocean is called the sunlight zone or epipelagic zone. The epipelagic zone has fish, whales, dolphins, and sharks. As you go deeper into the ocean is gets darker and the water pressure increases.
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