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Plants are green because of pigments, including chlorophylls, that absorb light for photosynthesis. In deep parts of the ocean, where it is always dark, photosynthesis cannot take place (there is no light), so there is no need for these green pigments in plants that may exist there. Therefore any plants that do exist there would not be green, as production of chlorophylls would be a waste of energy and resources.

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There are no green plants at the bottom of the ocean due to the darkness. The compound that makes plants green is called chlorophyll, and it absorbs sunlight for photosynthesis. If there is no sunlight, chlorophyll is unnecessary.

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