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A group of small factories in Tokyo has succeeded in taking remote video of the deep seabed off Japan’s northeastern coast in a project aimed at showcasing the companies’ technological capabilities.

The group has said its deep-sea research device, nicknamed the Edokko 1, captured 3-D images of shrimp and fish in the Japan Trench at a depth of some 8,000 meters.

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