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How Smart Are You? Can You Name All Five Oceans?



September 29th, 2013 by in Geography with 2,541 Views

ATLANTIC OCEAN

  • The Atlantic Ocean is the youngest and busiest ocean.
  • It was possibly formed during the Jurassic period.
  • This ocean was the 1st to be crossed by ship or airplane.
  • The Atlantic Ocean is the world’s saltiest ocean.
  • The average depth of this ocean is 3,332 meters and its deepest depth is at 8,381 meters at a point called Puerto Rico Trench.

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  • MD Golam Rabbani

    Just thanks to the author of this article. I actually forgot the name of all 5 oceans. And can remember after reading this article. We really can not keep in mind some common thing due to daily work.

  • Geofrey Bett

    This a great article especially for us who were not so much into Geography.I have since forgotten much of my Geography.
    This article has really helped me improve on my global Geography knowledge.

  • http://www.interesting6.com/ Michael Six

    Southern Ocean, unreal

  • Bobs

    I always knew there where 5 oceans. But Southern Ocean??? Isn’t that like the Antarctic Ocean?????

    • http://www.interesting6.com/ Michael Six

      There is no such thing as the Antarctic Ocean, you must be referring to the Arctic Ocean.

  • May Jim

    “Life in the ocean began 3.1 to 3.4 billion years ago.”

    OK, the facts are interesting, but let’s be honest. This is just a current best guess scenario based on the interpretation of the evidence they have. Accuracy builds credibility, but unverifiable claims like this spoken as if they were known to be factually true does the opposite.

    So when they say things like this right along with the other verifiable facts they gave – as if somehow this has been proven and can be verified, they lose credibility in my book. At the very least they should say “Life in the ocean is thought to have begun 3.1 – 3.4 billion years ago.”

  • Dick Hamilton

    “90% of all Volcanic activity is in the ocean’s.”
    — in the ocean’s what?

    • Jessica

      “90% of all Volcanic activity takes place underwater, on the ocean floor.” I’m not quite sure where you saw that other quote-I couldn’t find it to fix it.

  • liz soliven

    All I know is the arctic ocean :) lol nice to know anyway

  • Sakil Hossen

    Glad to learn some informative views regarding oceans!! Indian ocean is the one every year I used to see but really don’t know about vast information as I’ve learned through reading from here.