To denote that something applies to a wide range of items you can use the phrase "from ... to ... to ...", e.g.
Animals can live anywhere, from forests to deserts to deepest pits of the oceans.
I don't see how should I interpret the phrase. Are the forests and deepest pits of the oceans extremities of a range, with deserts being a middle ground? If so, why is the same preposition used twice to mean two different things?