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The ocean is a vast and complex body of water that covers more than 70% of the Earth’s surface. It contains 97% of Earth’s total water and plays a crucial role in sustaining life on our planet. We will be taking an in-depth look at the five separate areas of the ocean and exploring how they impact climate, weather patterns, and more.
The Pacific Ocean
The largest of all five oceans, the Pacific Ocean covers an area of about 155 million square miles (401 million square kilometers). This area includes all the islands in the western part of the ocean, from Hawaii to Australia. The Pacific Ocean is surrounded by Asia to the north, North America to the east, South America to the south, and Australia to the west. The Pacific is home to some of the world’s deepest trenches as well as many species of marine life.
The Atlantic Ocean
The second largest ocean in size is known as the Atlantic Ocean. It covers an area of about 106 million square miles (273 million square kilometers) and lies between Europe, Africa, North America, and South America. The Atlantic is divided into two parts North and South Atlantic. The North Atlantic has much colder water temperatures than its southern counterpart due to currents created by winds from Scandinavia and Canada that move down towards Europe.
The Indian Ocean
The third one is India’s namesake ocean; The Indian Ocean. This body of water takes up an area roughly 73 million square miles (189 million square kilometers) wide which makes it slightly larger than Antarctica but significantly smaller than both the Pacific and Atlantic oceans combined. Its waters are bordered by Southeast Asia on one side and Australia on another making it home to some diverse marine life including whales sharks coral reefs and fish species such as tuna sardines mackerels parrotfish sea cucumbers etc.
The Southern Ocean
Also known as the Antarctic or ‘the great white South’ this body of saltwater surrounds Antarctica with a circumference of 5500 miles (9000 kilometers). Despite its size being relatively small compared with other oceans, it still plays an important role in regulating global climate change by absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere into its deep waters thus reducing overall levels worldwide! It also provides habitats for unique species such as penguins seals whales dolphins orcas etc…
The Arctic Ocean
Last but not least, we have what’s often referred to as ‘the top end’ otherwise known as the Arctic Ocean! This body takes up around 4 million sq miles (10 million sq km) which makes it comparatively small when compared to its sibling oceans. However, it still plays a major role in global climate regulation due to its low salinity levels!
These waters are also home to various mammals such as polar bears seals walruses narwhals beluga whales bowhead whales ringed seals bearded seals harp seals spotted seals ribboned seals gray wolves muskoxen rein-deers wolverines arctic foxes snowy owls snowy grouse ptarmigan rock ptarmigans lemmings arctic hares etc.