This primitive arthropod is thought to be the deepest terrestrial animal ever found on Earth. What is the depth of its living?

above 500 metres (1650 ft)
above 1000 metres (3300 ft)
almost 2000 metres (6500 ft)
almost 3500 metres (11400 ft)
Plutomurus ortobalaganensis is the deepest terrestrial animal ever found on Earth, living at 1,980 metres (6,500 ft) below a cave entrance. It is a species of springtail (arthropods) endemic to the Krubera-Voronja cave system in Georgia. It was discovered in the CAVEX Team expedition of 2010.
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above 500 metres (1650 ft)
above 1000 metres (3300 ft)
almost 2000 metres (6500 ft)
almost 3500 metres (11400 ft)
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flagthe United States
13%
17%
43%
26%
23
flagPoland
3%
7%
41%
46%
450
flagthe United Kingdom
0%
15%
23%
61%
13
flagIndia
6%
0%
20%
73%
15